Storm path

(Meteorol.) the course over which a storm, or storm center, travels.

See also: Storm

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Though the storm path and damage potential remain difficult to ascertain at this point, catastrophe risk modeler Risk Management Solutions (RMS) noted that insured losses could reach $15 billion-$20 billion, projecting that Florence will be the strongest hurricane to make landfall over North Carolina since Hurricane Hazel in 1954.
The continued storm path is projected to traverse several states in which we have additional operations and the potential impact, if any, on these operations is unknown at this time." We will provide additional updates as more information is available, and we have fully assessed the impact to our employees, local infrastructure and the mill.
To those in the storm path, if you can hear me - please stay sheltered in place.
In 2013, Camotes Island was along the storm path of Typhoon Yolanda (international code name Haiyan), and quite recently, Typhoon Urduja (international code name Ka-tak).
The typhoon alerts in the Philippines will also include storm path information.
Barack Obama declared West Virginia a disaster area following the storm path, with 230,000 people still waiting to turn on their air conditioners and refrigerators.
Madagascar, which lies off the south-east coast of Africa, is in the main storm path of the Indian Ocean basin.
This total included an 11-day suspension, imposed at Shaftesbury Avenue a fortnight ago following his admission of using the whip with excessive frequency when riding Storm Path at Kempton on November 28.
A SEPTEMBER is the hurricane season for Florida and much of the Caribbean so why not take your second beach week on Bonaire, an island out of the storm path. Return flights from London to Quito with seven nights' accommodation on Bonaire cost pounds 961pp with Journey Latin America (020 8747 8315).
Faculty and student teams split up to scout locations for tower deployment and begin placing pressure sensors on any of the 30 homes that are in the predicted storm path.
More than a tale of scientific success in storm path prognostication, Storm Surge potently illustrates the problems that will probably plague coastal regions worldwide in the future.