This infrared image of Super Typhoon Haima was taken on Oct. 18 at 12:40 p.m. EDT (1640 UTC) and showed that the coldest temperature around the eyewall was around 220 Kelvin (-63F/-53C) indicating very powerful thunderstorms with the capability to generate very heavy rainfall.
CREDIT Credits: UW-Madison/SSEC, William Straka III

Super Typhoon Haima – headed for the Philipines

From the NASA/GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER NASA analyzes Typhoon Haima in visible and infrared light NASA satellite data provided a look at Super Typhoon Haima in visible and infrared light to show the extent and strength of the storm. The Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) instrument aboard the NASA-NOAA Suomi NPP satellite provided an…


Still no landfall for #Matthew, remains Cat 3 storm

So far, Florida has been lucky. While the storm remains dangerous, it seems it has continued just off the coast, and has begun the first steps towards a northeast turn. NHC’s 9AM EST reports had this to say: …EYEWALL OF DANGEROUS HURRICANE MATTHEW HUGGING THE COAST OF CENTRAL FLORIDA… SUMMARY OF 800 AM EDT…1200 UTC…INFORMATION…