What’s worse than a major hurricane making landfall?
EARL Now a Cat 4B Hurricane Packing Sustained Winds of 235km/hr, Intensifying
Hurricane EARL - GOES Satellite Floater Imagery. Click image to enlarge
Real-Time U.S. Composite Satellite Image
Animate image. Click image to enlarge.
Hurricane EARL – natural-color image was captured by MODIS on NASA’s Aqua satellite at 2 p.m. EDT on September 1, 2010. The Bahamas are immediately west of the storm. Download large image (6 MB, JPEG) – Image acquired September 1, 2010. Click image to enlarge.
Hurricane Earl – The Astronaut View
This photograph was captured with a digital SLR camera by a NASA astronaut, Douglas Wheelock, on August 30, 2010, showing Earl with a distinct eye that spanned about 28 kilometers. Full caption here.
POES Composite – (Daily Sea Surface Temps)
Other Satellite Images o EARL
Satellite Imagery (GOES 12 Floater/NOAA/SSD). West Atlantic – IR (Aviation Color Enhancement). Click image to enlarge.
Loops/ Satellite Animations (GOES 12; NOAA/SSD). Tropical Atlantic Hurricane Sector – Infrared. Click image to animate.
For more images and animation, go to Satellite Imagery