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Hurricane Irene tracking bookmarks

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Hurricane IreneThe following links are good for tracking the progress of Hurricane Irene via NHC data and satellite imagery, as well as fresh model forecast and intensity plots. The model plots are usually ahead of the official forecasts:

National Hurricane Center:
Hurricane Irene Forecast/Tracking Page

Satellite Imagery and Loops:
Storm-centered image: Visible | Visible Loop | Infrared | Infrared Loop
Atlantic Ocean wide view: Visible | Infrared

Model Forecasts:
Latest Model Track and Intensity Forecasts

As much as I would love to, unfortunately I will not be able to photograph storms Irene due to the $1,000-$1,500 total cost involved (that's if all went without a hitch) and the many days off of work that would be required. That's the reality of storm photography these days!

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