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Hurricane Alpha Tracking with Google Earth Globe

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Like the look of this image? If you install Google Earth and download the Hurricane Alpha Google Earth Files then you will be able to see it all in glorious 3D, zoom into every point on the track, and more. More about Hurricane Alpha and historic tracking of previous hurricanes can be found on the hurricane pages. hurricane alpha tracking This is an overview of Hurricane Alpha's track superimposed onto Google Earth. Each plot on the map represents a Lat/Long position of Alpha at particular times determined by the National Hurricane Center (NHC). The NHC projection maps can be viewed on the maps page Hurricane Alpha Maps.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Wilma with Google Earth Globe.

23rd October, 2005 ( News Update )

Tropical Storm Alpha is downgraded to Tropical Depression Alpha as it passes over the Dominican Republic. However, the NHC state that it could well be upgraded to Tropical Storm status once again as it moves off land and back over the sea sometime later today. This is the final tracking map for Tropical Storm Alpha.

Tropical Storm Alpha STATUS: Tracking Tropical Storm Alpha with Google Earth Globe.

22nd October, 2005 ( Final News )

Tropical Storm Alpha is approaching the Dominican Republic and is expected to make landfall there within the next 12 hours with winds of 50mph.

22nd October, 2005 ( News Update 3 )

The successor to Hurricane Wilma, Tropical Storm Alpha becomes the 22nd named Tropical Storm this season and breaks the all-time record of 21 storms in a season by beating the existing record of 21 set in 1933.

22nd October, 2005 ( News Update 2 )

The successor to Hurricane Wilma may already be on the way! Tropical Depression 25 is moving west-northwest at 13mph through the Atlantic Ocean, about 200 miles southwest of San Juan Puerto Rico. It's predicted track is expected to take it over the middle of the Dominican Republic, then curve it over the Bahamas and up to the northeast of Bermuda by 8am Tuesday. Check the track NOW

I have provided the first Google Earth plot for TD25 on the download page. I shall provide no further tracking of TD25 until it attains Tropical Storm force. Should it fail to do so, then all data associated with it will be removed from this site until another storm comes along which rightfully takes the name 'Hurricane Alpha'.


I shall continue to update the tracking maps until Hurricane Alpha dies. I can be found in the central Florida hurricane center forum until the end of November.

Dave Foster