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Posted by feww on September 12, 2010

Image of the Day

Hurricane IGOR Powers Up to a Cat 4C Force Moving West Over Atlantic

IGOR has strengthened to a Cat 4C hurricane over the Atlantic, spinning menacingly westward. IGOR should continue to become a super storm, but it’s highly uncertain right now whether it would make a landfall.

Summary of Hurricane’s Current Status:

  • Location: Near 17.8N, 47.3W
  • Max Sustained Winds: 240 km/hr
  • Wind Gusts: 280 km/hr
  • Movement: West (270 degrees) at 22 km/hr
  • Position: 1,800km E of Saint Thomas, Virgin Islands
  • Estimated by FEWW
  • Source: JTWC and others

Hurricane IGOR: Target Uncertain!

Hurricane IGOR –  IR (NHC Enhancement) Satellite Image. Source: CIMSS. Click image to enlarge.

Related Links:

POES Composite  –  (Daily Sea Surface Temps)

  • Atlantic Ocean Current Temp: Image – Loop

For more images and animation, click Satellite Imagery

For hurricane watches and warnings, click Hurricane IGOR  Public Advisory

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