Tag Archives: Hurricane Data


Making Storm Cases Easier to Deploy a Big Priority in 2013

Way back in 2005, I helped Mark Sudduth at HurricaneTrack deploy the first ever fully-functioning internet streaming storm case in advance of hurricane Katrina in Deerfield Beach, FL. Since then, the remote streaming cameras and meteorological equipment contained within these cases have become invaluable tools in our drive to generate data to document, measure and […]


Hurricane Balloon Test Yields Valuable Data – 6 Months Late! 2

Back in June, in the middle of Georgia, Mark Sudduth and team member Kerry Mallory, in conjunction with CNN, launched an experimental weather balloon dubbed “Yeager”. “Yeager” is a prototype for HURR-B (or Herby). HURR-B is no ordinary weather balloon, it is specifically designed to document the inside of a hurricane, from the launch point […]