All 1963-2019 SAT archives / Tropical cyclones for Guadeloupe (FWI) since 1950

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All 1963-2019 SAT archives / Tropical cyclones for Guadeloupe (FWI) since 1950

#1 Postby Gustywind » Thu Jan 07, 2021 3:02 pm

Hi everyone,

Just a post to tell you that I'm a member of an association in Guadeloupe (created by Alain Gillot-Pétré in 1996) called ADO, which is composed of hurricane lovers.
We have put online an Atlas of all tropical cyclones that have affected the island of Guadeloupe since 1950 (those which brought rains and winds).

You can find a lot of information such as :
- All satellite loops (step 30mn, on the Leeward Islands and on the Atlantic area) since 1979
- All daily pictures of the cyclones between 1963 and 1975
- All rains and winds data from Météo-France
- Reports
- And many others

By the way, from the month of April 2021, the French West-Indies (Guadeloupe, Martinique and the Northern Leeward Islands) will be included into the Atlas.

Here is the link : http://atlas.amicale-des-ouragans.org
This is an open and free website.

Hope you will enjoy.

Thank you very much.

Gustywind :)
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Re: All 1963-2019 SAT archives / Tropical cyclones for Guadeloupe (FWI) since 1950

#2 Postby Hurricane Mike » Sun Jan 17, 2021 1:20 pm

Thanks!
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