Hurricane Fay

Track maps

Fay developed from Subtropical Depression Seven in the North Atlantic Ocean south of Bermuda. A subtropical storm is defined by NOAA as a non-frontal low pressure system that has characteristics of both tropical and extratropical cyclones. On 11 October, Fay transitioned to a tropical storm and, on 12 October, briefly became a hurricane.

Fay track on SST image of 04 October (253 Kb) This image represents the average composite sea surface temperature (SST) derived from NOAA satellite AVHRR data over the 7 days ending 4 October 2014. The averaging is done to remove clouds. The temperature scale for SST is 20C to 32C. The track of Fay is overlaid on this image.

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Track data (lat/lon, winds, etc.) in a text file.

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