shrug-l: New Return Frequency Website

Gary Watry watry at steam.coaps.fsu.edu
Tue Jun 12 09:12:43 EDT 2007


Good Morning

The new website covers from Texas to Maine and includes landfalls for TS,
Cat 1 - Cat 5 Storms from 1851 thru 2006.

It also includes by ENSO Phase (El Nino, Neutral, La Nina).

These are just for land-falling storms.

http://gis.coaps.fsu.edu/httpdocs/rtrn.php

We are working on a "County Impacts", that will cover all the counties
impacted by storms, regardless if they are a coastal county or inland county
and will extend west thru Texas and north including the Great Lakes.

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