SeaStorm allows you to keep track of tropical storm and hurricane activity in the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific basins. Get quick access to what you need to stay informed during hurricane season! Features include:- Quick overview of active hurricanes, tropical storms, and other cyclones- Per-storm advisory & discussion text from the experts at the National Hurricane Center*- Forecast cones (5-day uncertainty track), wind speed probability, and storm surge maps (when available)- Background notifications of new and/or upgraded storms- Share screenshots with any app that supports it (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc.)- Multiple types of regional summary maps and satellite loops to choose from (full list below)- Tap on any map to view full screen, with pinch-to-zoom, drag, and scroll support, even during loop playback!Basic Maps:- Regional Overview- Regional OutlookMarine Maps (Atlantic):- Tropical Surface Analysis (Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, & SW North Atlantic)- Significant Wave Height Analysis- Tropical Cyclone Danger (Mariners' 1-2-3 Rule)- High Wind and Associated Seas- Wind/Wave Forecasts (24, 36, 48, & 72 hour)- Surface Forecasts (24, 48, & 72 hour)- Peak Wave Period/Primary Swell Direction (48 & 72 hour)- GFS Pressure Change AnalysisMarine Maps (Pacific):- Tropical Surface Analysis- Significant Wave Height Analysis- Tropical Cyclone Danger (Mariners' 1-2-3 Rule)- High Wind and Associated Seas- Wind/Wave Forecasts (24, 48, & 72 hour)- Surface Forecasts (24, 48, & 72 hour)- Peak Wave Period/Primary Swell Direction (48 & 72 hour)- GFS Pressure Change AnalysisGOES Maps (Atlantic - Loop Playback Supported):- Caribbean- Central Atlantic- East Atlantic- East Coast- Gulf of Mexico- North Atlantic- Northeast Atlantic- Northwest Atlantic- West Atlantic- Wide View AtlanticGOES Maps (Pacific - Loop Playback Supported):- Central Pacific- East Pacific- Eastern East Pacific- Hawaii- Northeast Pacific- Northwest Pacific- West Central Pacific- West Coast- West Pacific- Wide View East & Central Pacific- Wide View West PacificGOES Map Types:- Visible- Shortwave- Water Vapor- Infrared (AVN, Dvorak, JSL, RGB, Funktop, Rainbow)- Selectable Lat/Long display for all mapsOptional Add-Ons:- Forecast Model Viewer: For the serious storm chaser, view active National Hurricane Center forecast models (also known as spaghetti models) on an interactive map complete with panning, zooming, and individual model point information when tapped. Features selectable models, start time, and run length.** (See http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/modelsummary.shtml for more information on forecast models)===== Please email me with questions or problems - It is currently not possible to respond to review comments! =====* Poignant Projects is not affiliated with NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) or the NHC (National Hurricane Center)** Forecast models can be CPU & memory intensive. The viewer will run on older devices, but newer devices will provide a better experience.Keywords: Tropical Subtropical Storm Spaghetti Models Wind Surge Cyclone Hurricane Depression NHC NOAA Oceanic Weather Forecast Atlantic Pacific Ocean Gulf Track Tracker Tracking ConeRecent changes:- Custom sound support for notifications- Improved notification icon on Android 2.3+- Notifications now working on 1.6 devices- Model Viewer: new option to toggle forecast model points for spaghetti-only plots (Menu -> Settings on model viewer screen)- Please email me with questions or problems - It is currently not possible to respond to review comments!Content rating: Everyone
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