NORTHBOUND TROPICAL CYCLONE

A Case History

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  • 1 Weather Bureau Airport Station, Boston, Mass.
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Abstract

A case history of a small east coast tropical cyclone of September 14–15, 1961, is presented. Track, intensity, winds, and damage are summarized. Intensification and acceleration of the Low as it moved northward along the coast caused storm-force winds on the east side of the center. Some of the forecasting problems associated with the cyclone are discussed.

Abstract

A case history of a small east coast tropical cyclone of September 14–15, 1961, is presented. Track, intensity, winds, and damage are summarized. Intensification and acceleration of the Low as it moved northward along the coast caused storm-force winds on the east side of the center. Some of the forecasting problems associated with the cyclone are discussed.

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