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How can you help the areas in need?  Most people know about the American Red Cross but you can also help by the Adventist Community Services and ADRA have been helping provide people needs and are often found in areas that others have not been able to reach.  Additional information about either can be found at your local Seventh-day Adventist Church.  If you are outside the US you can find a church VIA the World Church Website. 

 

For one of the best current updates I found

click here!

 

 

2005 Season

 

Dennis July 2005

Emily July 2005

Franklin July 2005

Katrina August 2005

Ophelia September 2005

 

2005 Tropical Cyclone Names and Archive - Storm summary available within days after storm dissipates.
TS Arlene TS Bret TS Cindy Cat. 4 Hurricane DENNIS Cat. 4 Hurricane EMILY
TS Franklin TS Gert Harvey Cat. 1 Hurricane Irene TD Ten
TS Jose Cat. 5 Hurricane KATRINA TS Lee Cat. 3 Hurricane MARIA Cat. 1 Hurricane Nate
Cat. 1 Hurricane Ophelia Cat. 1 Hurricane Philippe Cat. 5 Hurricane RITA TD Nineteen Cat. 1 Hurricane Stan
TS Tammy Sub-TD Twenty-Two Cat. 1 Hurricane Vince Cat. 5 Hurricane WILMA TS Alpha
Cat. 3 Hurricane BETA TS Gamma TS Delta Cat. 1 Hurricane Epsilon Zeta

 

 

To download the DeLorme Street Atlas File for the 2005 season click here.

 

Image of all as of 8-31-05

 

Past seasons:

2004 Season

 

The following links will take you to the individual hurricanes that hit Florida hard in 2004. 

 

Hurricane Charley

 

Hurricane Frances

 

Hurricane Ivan

 

Hurricane Jeanne

 

 

The image below shows the path of the hurricanes that have attacked the state of Florida in 2004.  The Blue Line is Charley from Labor Day Weekend, the Red Line is Frances that hit September 4th to the 6th in the peninsula.  The Black is Ivan which at the time of writing this is still to the south of the image.  If you wish to see a larger image please click on the photo.

 

 

To Download a Street Atlas File of Charley, Frances & Ivan for your computer click here.

 

 

To see the current satellite images use the links below:

 

IR one can be seen at night but this may take a few minutes to open on dial up.

IR Satellite

Visual LOOP when over FL

Latest Visual over FL

Visual of the Tropics

To go to APL weather page

 

Kevin