meeting review Summary of the Special Sessions on Hurricane Hugo 70th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society 4-9 February 1990, Anaheim, California Stanley L. Rosenthal Hurricane Research Division/A O ML/NO A A 4301 Rickenbacker Causeway Miami, FL 33149 1. Introduction was on the South Carolina coast near Charleston at Sullivan's Island at 0400 UTC on 22 September. Hugo weakened to tropical storm status and passed just Hurricane Hugo, the strongest hurricane to affect the west of Charlotte, North Carolina. The system crossed United States in the last 20 years, was the subject of the western part of Virginia, West Virginia, eastern a special program on 7-8 February 1990 at the 70th Ohio, near Erie, Pennsylvania, across eastern Canada, Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological and finally over the far north Atlantic Ocean before Society, in Anaheim, California. tracking was discontinued. Several forecasts of the storm path through the Caribbean, both from the objective track prediction 2. Session summaries models and from the "official" forecast made by the NHC forecasters, were shown. The forecast tracks Robert C. Sheets, director of the National Hurricane through the eastern Caribbean were very accurate. Center (NHC), began the special program with an However,
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Published: Sep 1, 1990
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