Hurricane Irene pounded Puerto Rico and is expected to attract fatal journey when it reached Florida in the next 48-72 hours. The hurricane season begins first in the Atlantic on June 30 and ends in November, hurricane season in the eastern Pacific beginning 15th May 30 and also finished in November. The peak season from mid-August, the National Weather Service meteorologist, said Alfredo Vega.
Hurricane Irene swept across Puerto Rico, flooding streets, blasting leaves and how it might take to Florida. The current title, Irene headed to Haiti, the Bahamas, Florida and possibly in the Carolinas.
Now is a good time to think, learn to track hurricanes and what pages or Smartphone applications are very useful to learn how to prepare for a hurricane.
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But if you stay mobile and stay on the progression of Hurricane Irene will, there is a whole series of “Hurricane Tracker” applications for tablets and smartphones.
Hurricane season in the most active time tracking these storms can be a breeze with applications for the iPhone and iPad.