Eye of the Storm is both a hurricane season preparedness tool and an interactive hurricane (Atlantic and East/Central Pacific only) tracking program. Preparedness materials included in electronic form have been prepared by the American Red Cross, FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), and NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). Storm tracking enthusiasts will love EOTS 3000, the interactive hurricane tracking program that uses the Internet to automatically download active storm information (US Hurricanes). Three different kinds of maps, including a high-resolution satellite image based color map allow maps to be customized to any users tastes and location. Overlay with state and county borders to get a detailed look at a storms projected path (automatically imported from National Hurricane Center advisories). Print color or black and white charts that show a storms distance from your home or business.
You can also animate the paths of recent storms, or research over 2000 historical storm tracks going back to 1851! Search a specific year or range of years, and select only storms that have come near your town for a historical perspective on the current forecast.
Eye of the Storm™ 3000 is our premier Hurricane tracking program. The CD-ROM contains the full version, plus educational and preparedness materials, over 150 of the best satellite images of past storms and historical data on nearly 2000 historical Atlantic and East Pacific storm tracks.