Friday, September 5, 2008

Hanna

One of the coolest things (okay, the only cool thing) that's come out of this week's hurricane prep has been finding this website. It's totally dorky-in-a-good-way, like Google Earth and Wikipedia.

Off to the upper right hand side of the screen you can play around with different functions, like the historic track, forecast models, clouds, and ocean buoys. I have a feeling you'll like this especially, Kathy.
Anyway, it's raining now as the outer bands of Hanna are approaching. The driver's side window in my car picked a really good day to stop working. Boo.

3 comments:

Sleepwalker said...

Yeah, that's cool. Nothing wrong with being a weather geek (even temporarily *G*). What I REALLY want, though, is a way to take the laptop camping and see exactly when the rain/storms are coming. We would have loved to see a radar image several times over the last week up by Pictured Rocks.

Shey said...

dude my drivers side window broke a month ago!!! BTW did you know when I was little - when I grew up I wanted to be the person who named hurricanes? Then I was told it was done by computers and my dreams were crushed...

Material Lust said...

Hahaha...Shey, you are too funny. My dream job as a kid was the piano-player at Nordstrom. But then I heard they had to memorize the music, which I sucked at, so that dream was also crushed. *Sigh* :)

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