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NASA Captures Three Storms in One Image {Photo of the Day}

NASA’s GOES013 satellite captured this image July 22 at 0845 UTC (4:45 a.m. EDT) of three separate tropical cyclones; Bret and Cindy trundling through the North Atlantic in the right of the image, and Hurricane Dora over in the eastern Pacific.

Since the image has taken, all three storms have weakened some: Bret was soon downgraded to a low pressure area; Dora was downgraded to a tropical storm; while Cindy continues on towards New England.

Source: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center




One comment
  1. Joe Terrapin

    the storm named cindy brings back a haunting memory of i think it was 1992….a storm of that nature headed towards new england that is all too well known for sinking(well partially responsible anyways) the Andrea Gaile

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