Stormpulse API how-to: embeddable, interactive hurricane tracking

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  1. Harvey on

    Agree with Woody as the fronts would help in predicting potential shifting of the storm. I am up coast from Corpus Christi, and except for Gibert in ’88, this one (Ike) gives me great concern at this time. Once again, this is the premier site for tracking. Harvey

  2. Woody Quinn on

    Site is amazing. Great graphics. Love the “spaghetti.”
    One thing I wish could see is a layer showing stationary fronts (“Bermuda High, etc.) off the Atlantic coast, to see how they might affect the storm tracks.
    Can’t wait to explore more.

  3. lauren on

    Great work!


  4. Billy Joyce on

    This is absolutley the best item I have ever put on my website. Publishing a web site for a Fire Department in NC this fits in great with the rest of the information on the site. Thanks keep up the good work.

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