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Hurricane Barry Tracking - Tropical Storm Barry Tracking

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Like the look of this image? Install Google Earth and download the Hurricane Barry Google Earth Files, then you will be able to view it in 3D, zoom into every point on the track, and more. Google Earth is FREE, and it's on the download page.

If there is no tracking map, just a blue page with 'No Tracking Initiated', then the tropical cyclone was not tracked on this site due to the following reasons :

i) the cyclone never became a tropical storm or hurricane (we only track named storms here), or

ii) the storm was never considered to be a threat to land by the NHC, or

iii) no-one was here to do the tracking e.g. holidays, work commitments etc.

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This is an overview of Hurricane Barry's track superimposed onto Google Earth. Each plot on the map represents a Lat/Long position of Barry at particular times determined by the National Hurricane Center (NHC).

Hurricane and Tropical Storm News

NOTE: Latest news is always at the top, earlier news below.


STATUS: Watching Tropical Depression Barry, Crosssing the Florida Coastline
2nd June, 2007 11:00 News Update

Tropical Depression Barry continues on it's northwards track up the east coast. It will shortly pass over Florida as a 35 mph tropical depression, and the NHC expect it to become subtropical thereafter. This turned out to be not as bad as might have been expected, which is very good news. I'm not sure residents will be so lucky during the rest of the 2007 hurricane season, since it is expected by the authorities to be a very active season. Let's hope they turn out to be wrong.

Here's a snippet from the 1100edt Advisory:

TROPICAL DEPRESSION BARRY ADVISORY NUMBER 4 NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL AL022007 1100 AM EDT SAT JUN 02 2007 ...BARRY WEAKENED AS IT MOVED INLAND ACROSS TAMPA BAY... AT 11 AM EDT...1500 UTC...THE TROPICAL STORM WARNING AND THE TROPICAL STORM WATCH FOR FLORIDA HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED. FOR STORM INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO YOUR AREA...INCLUDING POSSIBLE INLAND WATCHES AND WARNINGS...PLEASE MONITOR PRODUCTS ISSUED BY YOUR LOCAL WEATHER OFFICE. AT 1100 AM EDT...1500Z...THE CENTER OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION BARRY WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 28.0 NORTH...LONGITUDE 82.5 WEST OR ABOUT NORTH OF TAMPA FLORIDA AND ABOUT 100 MILES...160 KM... NORTH- NORTHWEST OF FT. MYERS FLORIDA. THE DEPRESSION IS MOVING TOWARD THE NORTH-NORTHEAST NEAR 23 MPH ...37 KM/HR. THE GENERAL MOTION IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE TODAY.

STATUS: Watching Tropical Storm Barry, In the Gulf of Mexico
2nd June, 2007 08:00 News Update

Barry is currently 85 miles southwest of Tampa Florida. Tropical Storm Barry is moving towards the east-northeast at 20 mph with winds of 50 mph.

STATUS: Watching Tropical Storm Barry, In the Gulf of Mexico
2nd June, 2007 05:00 News Update

Barry is currently 180 miles southwest of Tampa Florida.

STATUS: Watching Tropical Storm Barry, In the Gulf of Mexico
2nd June, 2007 02:00 News

Barry is currently 240 miles south-southwest of Tampa Florida.

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STATUS: Watching Tropical Storm Barry, In the Gulf of Mexico
1st June, 2007 23:00 News

Barry is currently 270 miles southwest of Tampa Florida.

STATUS: Watching Tropical Storm Barry, In the Gulf of Mexico
1st June, 2007 17:00 News Update

Well it's official. As predicted, the NHC (National Hurricane Center) has classified 92L as Tropical Storm Barry. Barry is close enough to Florida to cause some consternation, especially if Barry continues to intensify against the odds. It seems that the weather people may have got it wrong this time - that's how difficult it is to predict what the weather is going to do, particularly tropical weather. Tropical Storm Barry is moving towards the north at 12mph with winds of 45mph. The NHC expect Barry to become extratropical within 36 hours.


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

Dave Foster