Happy hurricane season! (Well, at least when a hurricane isn't hitting land!) Anyway, I often look at hurricanes and am like "the NHC has the intensity of this storm WAY too low", or "there is no way that's still a hurricane!". So I decided to have some fun with it by comparing the intensity of a storm according to the NHC with how strong I thought the storm was. Here's the results of Hurricane Gaston:

Hurricane Gaston Intensity Estimates

(Hurricane Newton - With satellite intensity estimates)

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(Yes, sorry about the "Untitled" stuff on the bottom, I couldn't find a way to change that without modifying them one by one). Anyway, I thought this would be fun to share.

Anyway, that concludes my first blog post. Stay safe as the 2016 northern hemisphere hurricane season continues! ~Raindrop (Rain rules!) 23:48, September 5, 2016 (UTC)

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