Tracking Hurricane Dennis


Satellite Loop of Dennis
Hurricane Dennis is wreaking havoc and a deadly path through the Caribbean as it heads to the Gulf of Mexico. Dennis is responsible for at least 10 deaths in Cuba. Hurricane clobbers Cuba, Haiti, killing 19; evacuation under way in Keys.

>>>UPDATE (7/9/05 3:00EDT): Hurricane Dennis churns past Florida Keys

Tracking potential paths of Dennis

Caribbean Loop
Miami Radar Loop

Hat Tip: RB for the satellite link

>>>> UPDATE: 7/10/05
Category 4 Dennis Steams Toward Gulf Coast
Storm Now Packs 145 MPH Winds

Name: Hurricane Dennis
Location: About 125 Miles Southeast of Mobile Alabama And About 80 Miles South-Southeast Of Pensacola Florida.
Lat/Long: 29.4N, 86.7W
Max Winds: 140 mph
Category: 4

Northwest Florida Radar Loop

Hurricane DENNIS Public Advisory

>>>> UPDATE: 4:15 pm EDT; Dennis Pounds Gulf Area Flattened by Ivan

Posted July 10, 2005 by
Howard Dean, weather | no comments

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