Hurricanes Since 1851

Every known hurricane and tropical storm since 1851 With chart enhancements and addition of a legend. uxblog.idvsolutions.com

 

 

 

 

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  • Jim Windle 3y

    Beautiful, and informative!
  • Steven Lucas Richason 3y

    I think it would be awesome if someone could make a copy without the text!
  • Sri Handoyo 3y

    ...what a great contribution of a map...
  • drchavas 3y

    This is awesome, but I'm wondering why in the West Pacific Ocean basin there appears to be a dearth of bright green (Category 5) dots? There should be plenty of storms that surpass that intensity.
  • Dougal Campbell 3y

    It looks like an angry earth staring at us with a glaring eye.
  • John Lam 3y

    Comments at theAtlanticCities.com/design/2012/08/map-all-worlds-hurri... note the data sources which developed shortly after World War II and in 1977, before which hurricane spotting was, well, spotty, and answers a question above.
  • chardinej 3y

    How come the one in the Atlantic off Brazil that happened a few years ago is not on the map?
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  • Vicki Rosenzweig 3y

    Gorgeous--I like this polar-centric version better than the one on APOD today.

    In addition to the one off Brazil, I think one made landfall in Spain as a tropical storm a year or two ago. Maybe both it and the one off Brazil aren't powerful enough to appear here?
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