Interested in tracking the storm's path? Here are several tools to help you monitor tropical storms and hurricanes as they approach South Florida. Print off your own hurricane tracking map, and plot the storm's coordinates. Or browse one of the many weather sites available to read discussion by the experts, view the storm's course and check computer models. There's even a historical tracking site that allows you to view information about storms that have moved through your ZIP code, dating back to 1851!
Hurricane Tracking Maps
Hurricane Tracking Map (PDF) Broadband version
View NOAA's new Historical Hurricane Tracks website. Type in your ZIP code and see how many storms have moved through your area in any given year going back to 1851.
View the flight plan of the day for the Hurricane Hunters.
This is the official website for the National Hurricane Center located in South Florida.
Subscribe to the National Hurricane Center's Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds for the latest storm updates in a headline or news digest format.
National Hurricane Center Storm Names
Approved names for upcoming tropical storms and hurricanes.
National Weather Service
Enter your city and state for a comprehensive, customized look at the weather in your area, including current conditions, a 7-day forecast, hazardous weather information, radar and satellite images and access to National Weather Service chats and discussions.
Get the latest weather information from the National Weather Service Forecast Office for Miami-South Florida.
This website provides information regarding NOAA's Weather Radio nationwide network.
View Penn State University's website for the latest tropical storm forecast models.
The website for the South Florida Water Management District has a plethora of weather data, including tropical storm models and raindar.
The Tropical/Hurricane website for Weather Underground provides a wealth of information on tropical storms in the North Atlantic and other areas throughout the world.