With the hurricane season of 2006 now behind us, our attention now draws toward the NHC's post-season alysis of each storm observed in both the Atlantic and Central Pacific. These reports contain detailed storm information, their impact, and several statistics. Often times, these reports often make changes to storms' intensities or tracks that were different when first analyzed. (For example, Emily of 2005 was upgraded to a Category 5 post-season.) Most of the tropical cyclone reports have already been completed, however, possibly due to much more spare time than last year. Below are a list of all of 2006's storms, their TCR status, and any significant changes which were made.
Beryl: Released, Pressure decreased to 1000 mb.
Debby: Released, Pressure decreased to 999 mb.
Ernesto: Released, Pressure decreased to 985 mb, Cuba landfall winds decreased to 40 mph, now never weakened to a depression over Florida.
Florence: Released, Pressure increased to 974 mb.
Helene: Released, Max winds decreased to 120 mph, Pressure increased to 955 mb.
Emilia: Released, Max winds decreased to 65 mph, Pressure increased to 990 mb.
Hector: Released, Max winds increased to 110 mph, Pressure decreased to 966 mb.
John: Released, La Paz landfall no longer counts.
Kristy: Released, Max winds increased to 80 mph, Pressure lowered to 985 mb.
Lane: Released, Landfall pressure increased to 954 mb.
Miriam: Released, Pressure decreased to 999 mb.
Olivia: Released, Pressure decreased to 1000 mb.
Paul: Released, Max winds decreased to 105 mph, Pressure increased to 970 mb.
Rosa: Released, Pressure decreased to 1003 mb.
Will update as reports continue to be released.
Updated: 11:30 PM GMT en Enero 04, 2007
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