Hurricane Earl

Hurricane Earl threatens the East Coast on Labor Day weekend

Technology makes monitoring Hurricane Earl a breeze

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In this 21st century world, anyone could track weather patterns and anticipate their next move — with many of the same tools as our favorite meteorologists.

Monitoring Hurricane Earl is no different.

Among the most effective tools is Hearst Connecticut Newspapers’ Hurricane Earl blog, which offers up-to-the-minute data, analysis and perspective on the approaching storm. It also allows readers to submit memories of previous storms, multimedia and observations to share with the community. Of course the information submitted is carefully vetted, unlike some other news organizations in the region, before going live our sites.

There is a dynamic live map available to develop a better perspective of where Earl is and where it is headed. You can check out Earl’s latest wind speeds and path here. The latest satellite imagery and water temperatures are available here. There is also a nice live national radar loop here.

And speaking of where Earl is headed, astronauts are tweeting photos of what Earl looks like from space. It really puts Earl’s size into perspective.

There is also information on preparing for the storm — to ensure you’re ready to weather whatever Earl throws our way.

Be safe, and happy tracking.

This post first appeared on Hearst Connecticut’s Tech Talk blog Friday morning.

Jamie DeLoma

3 Responses

  1. Bob says:

    Gee, I hope all the Brew Thru’s survive…

  2. Keith Whamond says:

    Hey Bob, I recognized that place, too! My wife and I have stopped there many times while visiting the Outer Banks.

  3. Bob says:

    I couldn’t help but notice the canopy of the gas station in the photo your Advocate website was displaying Friday AM. I thought it looked familiar. It is next to “The Tale of the Whale” in Nags Head on the OBX. Hope it’s okay. Love that place.