Hurricane Matthew: One of the Atlantic’s Deadliest Since 2005

On September 27th, 2016, a tropical depression had formed in the eastern Atlantic Ocean that had traversed across the Atlantic Ocean as a disturbance of thunderstorms days prior. The next day on September 28th, a tropical storm formed. Its name: Matthew.  Over the next few days, Matthew would undergo a rapid intensification process and strengthened […]

Coastal Tropical & Hurricane Radar Data

● Tropical Page ● Chaser Cam ● Storm Reports ● Rainfall Totals ● Lightning With the iWeatherNet/StormNet™ interactive tropical data display, you can follow land-falling tropical storms and hurricanes and animate up to 8 hours of rapid-refresh high-resolution composite radar, overlay live lightning strikes, and wind gusts. X Close Reset Counties  Lightning Watches Warnings Track […]

Hurricane Matthew becomes powerful Category 5 in the Caribbean on 9/30/16

You can also use our interactive tropical cyclone map to view more data about Hurricane Matthew. Category-5 storms are extremely rare in the Atlantic basin. September 30, 2016 Where is Hurricane Matthew headed? October 3, 2016 At 11 pm EDT, Friday September 30, Hurricane Matthew was upgraded to category 5 status by the National Hurricane […]