With Hurricane Bill, it's official: Hurricane Season has arrived. And there are some great online resources to track hurricanes.
The national hurricane center is the best resource. Tracking hurricane Bill is easy with the site's satellite and radar images.
The website is continually updated with warnings and probabilities. It also has maps showing where tropical storm force winds will be felt in the next 5 days. The site offers forecasting models, hurricane history information, cellphone products - and much more.
Most websites get their info from the national hurricane center.
So does the33tv.com. but -- on our storm center page, you can also find wild weather videos.
Another good resource is StormAdvisory - it's a Google Maps mashup that shows the progress of storms, making it easy to see their path.
Intellicast and weather underground are also useful websites that offer interactive flash maps.
And for Tweeters
@Hurricanealerts, @Breakingweather, and @stormpulse keep the Twittersphere informed with timely tweets on the latest storms.
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