Landfall Location 1
Storms with the same landfall location (really where the storm crosses 21.3 degrees north) may have different track angles, central pressures (related to the storm strength), radius to maximum winds, and forward speed. This page provides a list of storms with the same landfall location but different other properties. To see predicted wave heights and water levels for these storms, choose one of the links below. As a general rule, waves and water levels are largest for lower central pressures (maximum winds are stronger), and for a larger radius to maximum winds (winds are over alarger area).
For a format like: L1_C_CP970_R60_V15
L1 is the landfall location
C is the landfall angle
CP970 means that the central pressure of the storm is 970 millibars (lower numbers are stronger storms)
R60 denotes a 60km radius to maximum winds (larger radius means more damage)
V15 denotes a 15 knot forward speed