West Coast Wind Blog: Live: Hurricane Dorian hits Weatherflow HurrNet sensors
Hurricane Dorian is bearing down on our hundred+ hardened weather stations along the eastern seaboard. As you can see in the attached photos these stations are massive and designed to survive at least 140 mph winds.
This sensor mesonet will be providing critical information for the NWS/NOAA during the landfall.
Here is the live link so you can watch our HurrNet sensors that we make public in real-time as Dorian hits the coast. (Some of our critical sensors are not on this page)