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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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Hurricane and Tropical Storm News

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


STATUS: Tracking Tropical Storm Ike, over Arkansas
13th September, 2008 23:00 News Update

Tropical Storm ike is over Arkansas. Maximum sustained winds are now 40 mph, and Ike is tracking towards the north-northeast at 24 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue moving across Arkansas, then become a tropical depression at the next report in 6 hours time. It will then move northeast across Missouri and Illinois as it makes its way towards the great lakes.

This will be the final tracking map for Ike.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, over Texas
13th September, 2008 17:00 News Update

After causing widespread damage around the Houston and Galveston area, Hurricane Ike has finally been downgraded to a tropical storm as it makes it's way towards Arkansas. Maximum sustained winds are now 45 mph, and Ike is tracking towards the north at 18 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue moving across Texas, then become a tropical depression as it gets into Arkansas. It will then move northeast across Missouri and Illinois as it makes its way towards the great lakes.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, over Texas
13th September, 2008 11:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 80 mph, and is tracking towards the north at 16 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue moving north across Texas, becoming a tropical storm by the next report. Ike is a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, over Texas



13th September, 2008 05:00 News

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 110 mph, and is tracking towards the northwest at 13 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue moving northwest across Texas, becoming a tropical storm by 1am Sunday. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale.

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STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, approaching Texas
12th September, 2008 23:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 110 mph, and is tracking towards the northwest at 10 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue moving northwest towards the Texas shoreline. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Ike will make landfall as expected in Texas, near to Galveston in about 3 hours time.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, approaching Texas
12th September, 2008 17:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 105 mph, and is tracking towards the northwest at 12 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Ike is passing through the Gulf of Mexico now, and landfall is expected in Texas, probably somewhere near Galveston around 3am on Saturday.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, approaching Texas



12th September, 2008 11:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 105 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 12 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Ike is passing through the Gulf of Mexico now, and landfall is expected in Texas, probably somewhere near Galveston around 1am on Saturday.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, in the Gulf of Mexico
12th September, 2008 05:00 News

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 105 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 13 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Ike is passing through the Gulf of Mexico now, and landfall is expected in Texas, probably somewhere near Galveston around 1am on Saturday.


STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, in the Gulf of Mexico
11th September, 2008 23:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 100 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 12 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Ike is passing through the Gulf of Mexico now, and landfall is expected in Texas, probably somewhere near Galveston around 1am on Saturday.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, in the Gulf of Mexico
11th September, 2008 17:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 100 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 10 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Ike is passing through the Gulf of Mexico now, and landfall is expected in Texas, probably somewhere near Galveston around 1am on Saturday.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, in the Gulf of Mexico
11th September, 2008 11:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 100 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 10 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Ike is passing through the Gulf of Mexico now, and landfall is expected in Texas, probably somewhere near Galveston around 5am on Saturday.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, in the Gulf of Mexico
11th September, 2008 05:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 100 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 9 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Ike is passing into the Gulf of Mexico now, and landfall is still expected in Texas, probably somewhere near Galveston around 7am on Saturday.


STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, in the Gulf of Mexico
10th September, 2008 23:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 100 mph, and is tracking towards the northwest at 5 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Ike is passing into the Gulf of Mexico now, and landfall is still expected in Texas, probably somewhere near Corpus Christie around 7am on Saturday.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, in the Gulf of Mexico
10th September, 2008 17:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 100 mph, and is tracking towards the northwest at 8 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Ike is passing into the Gulf of Mexico now, and landfall is still expected in Texas, probably somewhere near Corpus Christie around 7am on Saturday.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, in the Gulf of Mexico
10th September, 2008 11:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 90 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 8 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Ike is passing into the Gulf of Mexico now, and landfall is still expected in Texas, probably somewhere near Corpus Christie around 7am on Saturday.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, in the Gulf of Mexico
10th September, 2008 05:00 News

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 85 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 8 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Ike is passing into the Gulf of Mexico now, and landfall is still expected in Texas, probably somewhere near Corpus Christie around 2am on Saturday.


STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, entering the GOM
9th September, 2008 23:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 80 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 9 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Ike has left Cuba and is now passing into the Gulf of Mexico. Landfall is still expected in Texas.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, leaving Cuba
9th September, 2008 17:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 75 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 10 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike passing into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday. Landfall is still expected in Texas.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, over Cuba
9th September, 2008 11:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 80 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 13 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike passing over Cuba on Monday and Tuesday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday. Landfall is still expected in Texas.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, over Cuba
9th September, 2008 05:00 News

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 80 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 13 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike passing over Cuba on Monday and Tuesday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday. Landfall is still expected in Texas.


STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, over Cuba
8th September, 2008 23:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 80 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 13 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike passing over Cuba on Monday and Tuesday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday. Landfall is expected in Texas.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, over Cuba
8th September, 2008 17:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 80 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 14 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike passing over Cuba on Monday and Tuesday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday. Landfall is expected in Texas.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, over eastern Cuba
8th September, 2008 11:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 100 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 14 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike passing over Cuba on Monday and Tuesday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, over eastern Cuba
8th September, 2008 05:00 News

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 105 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 15 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike passing over Cuba on Monday and Tuesday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday.


STATUS: Tracking Major Hurricane Ike, over eastern Cuba
7th September, 2008 23:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 120 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 13 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike passing over Cuba on Monday and Tuesday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday.

STATUS: Tracking Major Hurricane Ike, approaching Cuba
7th September, 2008 17:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 120 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 14 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike passing over Cuba on Monday and Tuesday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday.

STATUS: Tracking Major Hurricane Ike, passed the Turks and Caicos
7th September, 2008 11:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 135 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 13 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike passing over Cuba on Monday and Tuesday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday.

STATUS: Tracking Major Hurricane Ike, passed the Turks and Caicos
7th September, 2008 05:00 News

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 135 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 15 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike passing over Cuba on Monday and Tuesday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday.


STATUS: Tracking Major Hurricane Ike, over the Turks and Caicos
6th September, 2008 23:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 135 mph, and is tracking towards the west-southwest at 15 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike passing over Cuba on Monday and Tuesday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday.

STATUS: Tracking Major Hurricane Ike, approaching Turks and Caicos
6th September, 2008 17:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 135 mph, and is tracking towards the west-southwest at 15 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Turks and Caicos within 6 hours, passing over Cuba on Monday and Tuesday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, approaching Turks and Caicos



6th September, 2008 11:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has maximum sustained winds of 110 mph, and is tracking towards the west-southwest at 16 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 2 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Turks and Caicos in 6 hours, passing over northern Cuba by 8pm Monday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday.

STATUS: Tracking Hurricane Ike, north of Puerto Rico
6th September, 2008 05:00 News

Hurricane Ike is major hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 115 mph, and is tracking towards the west-southwest at 16 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Turks and Caicos in 12 hours, over northern Cuba by 2am Tuesday, then making its way into the Gulf of Mexico by end of track on Wednesday.

We will now initiate tracking of Hurricane Ike.


STATUS: Watching Hurricane Ike, northeast of Puerto Rico
5th September, 2008 17:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike is major hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 115 mph, and is tracking towards the west-southwest at 15 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Turks and Caicos by 2am Sunday and Florida at 2pm Tuesday.

We will just watch this storm for now, and when it begins to threaten land we will initiate tracking.

STATUS: Watching Hurricane Ike, northeast of Puerto Rico
5th September, 2008 11:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike is major hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 120 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 16 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Bahamas by 8pm Sunday and Florida at 2am Tuesday.

We will just watch this storm for now, and when it begins to threaten land we will initiate tracking.

STATUS: Watching Hurricane Ike, northeast of Puerto Rico
5th September, 2008 05:00 News

Hurricane Ike has become a major hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 125 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 15 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Bahamas by 2am Monday and Florida at 2am Wednesday.

We will just watch this storm for now, and when it begins to threaten land we will initiate tracking.


STATUS: Watching Hurricane Ike, over the western Atlantic.
4th September, 2008 17:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has become a major hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 135 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 14 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Bahamas by 2pm Monday.

We will just watch this storm for now, and when it begins to threaten land we will initiate tracking.

STATUS: Watching Hurricane Ike, over the western Atlantic.
4th September, 2008 11:00 News Update

Hurricane Ike has become a major hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 140 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 16 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Bahamas by 8am Monday.

We will just watch this storm for now, and when it begins to threaten land we will initiate tracking.

STATUS: Watching Major Hurricane Ike, over the western Atlantic.
4th September, 2008 05:00 News

Hurricane Ike has become a major hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 145 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 17 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Bahamas by 2am Tuesday.

We will just watch this storm for now, and when it begins to threaten land we will initiate tracking.


STATUS: Watching Hurricane Ike, over the western Atlantic.
3rd September, 2008 17:00 News Update

Tropical Storm Ike becomes Hurricane Ike with maximum sustained winds of 80 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 18 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west. Ike is a category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Bahamas at the end of its track on day 5.

We will just watch this storm for now, and if it looks as if it will threaten land we will initiate tracking.

STATUS: Watching Tropical Storm Ike, over the western Atlantic.
3rd September, 2008 11:00 News Update

Tropical Storm Ike has maximum sustained winds of 70 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 18 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west as a tropical storm until the next report, then to become a category 1 Hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Bahamas at the end of its track on day 5.

We will just watch this storm for now, and if it looks as if it will threaten land we will initiate tracking.

STATUS: Watching Tropical Storm Ike, over the western Atlantic.
3rd September, 2008 05:00 News

Tropical Storm Ike has maximum sustained winds of 65 mph, and is tracking towards the west-northwest at 18 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west as a tropical storm until the next report, then to become a category 1 Hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Bahamas at the end of its track on day 5.

We will just watch this storm for now, and if it looks as if it will threaten land we will initiate tracking.


STATUS: Watching Tropical Storm Ike, over the western Atlantic.
2nd September, 2008 17:00 News Update

Tropical Storm Ike has maximum sustained winds of 65 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 17 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west as a tropical storm for the next report, then to become a category 1 Hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Bahamas at the end of its track on day 5.

We will just watch this storm for now, and if it looks as if it will threaten land we will initiate tracking.

STATUS: Watching Tropical Storm Ike, over the western Atlantic.
2nd September, 2008 11:00 News Update

Tropical Storm Ike has maximum sustained winds of 60 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 8 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west as a tropical storm for the next 2 reports, then to become a category 1 Hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Bahamas at the end of its track on day 5.

We will just watch this storm for now, and if it looks as if it will threaten land we will initiate tracking.

STATUS: Watching Tropical Storm Ike, over the western Atlantic.
2nd September, 2008 05:00 News

Tropical Storm Ike has maximum sustained winds of 50 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 15 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west as a tropical storm for the next 2 reports, then to become a category 1 Hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Bahamas at the end of its track on day 5.

We will just watch this storm for now, and if it looks as if it will threaten land we will initiate tracking.


STATUS: Watching Tropical Storm Ike, over the western Atlantic.
1st September, 2008 23:00 News Update

Tropical Storm Ike has maximum sustained winds of 50 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 14 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west as a tropical storm for the next 2 reports, then to become a category 1 Hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Bahamas at the end of its track on day 5.

We will just watch this storm for now, and if it looks as if it will threaten land we will initiate tracking.

STATUS: Watching Tropical Storm Ike, over the western Atlantic.



1st September, 2008 17:00 News

Tropical Storm Ike makes its first appearance over the western Atlantic. Ike has maximum sustained winds of 50 mph, and is tracking towards the west at 16 mph. Ike is expected by the NHC to continue to move towards the west as a tropical storm for the next 2 reports, then to become a category 1 Hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale. They have Ike arriving over the Bahamas at the end of its track on day 5.

We will just watch this storm for now, and if it looks as if it will threaten land we will initiate tracking.


STATUS: No tracking at present
12th April, 2008 20:00 News

Hurricane/Tropical Storm Ike has not yet made an appearence. When it does it will be tracked above this record


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

Dave Foster