PSC Weather Web

October 25th, 2002 by Adam

Thanks to several links included on “The Drudge Report” (www.drudgereport.com), the PSC meteorology department’s Web site vortex.plymouth.edu/home.html. received over one million hits in two days during the peak of hurricane season, and averaged around 30 requests per second.

“During Hurricane Lily, our usage was as a high as I’ve ever seen it before,” said Jim Koermer of the hurricane that made landfall around October 3. Jim has also received numerous e-mail messages from people along the Gulf Coast praising the speed and usefullness of the PSC site.

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