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TIROS-N three dimensional cloud-top image of Hurricane Diana as it wasstrengthening from a Category III storm to a Category IV storm. This was one ofthe earliest three dimensional images of a hurricane from data obtained fromsatellite.
TIROS-N view of Hurricane Diana churning off North Carolina coast. The stormhad mercifully weakened to a Category II status at this time with 95 knotmaximum sustained winds. Notice cloud shadows on west side of Diana.
TIROS-N view of Hurricane Diana churning off North Carolina coast. The stormhad mercifully weakened to a Category II status at this time with 95 knotmaximum sustained winds.
GOES view of North America. The center of now Tropical Storm Diana is headingashore just north of the South Carolina/North Carolina border. The beginnings of Hurricane Norbert are seen southwest of the southern tip of Baja California.Short-lived Tro
GOES view of North America. The center of Tropical Storm Diana is heading backout to sea after crossing North Carolina. Tropical Storm Edouard is approaching its maximum strength of 55 knots in the southwest Gulf of Mexico. TropicalStorm Norbert i
The remains of Hurricane Diana, still a tropical storm, heading offshore and out to sea.
A volcanic eruption originating at Isla Fernandina in the Galapagos Islands isevident in this image. The arrow points to a volcanic plume approximately 75miles long cutting across other cloud structures. This image, obtained from the NOAA-2 satell
GOES imagery. Note fog in California Central Valley, frontal system bisectingTexas, and cloud streets north of cold front in the Gulf of Mexico. There is alarge winter storm on the East Coast.
Frontal system clouds extending through 30 degrees of longitude from southwestTexas through Florida to southeast of Cape Hatteras.
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