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Some photographs inside the eye of Hurricane Fiona as it intensified to a category-4 hurricane – Hurricane Research Division

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NOAA continues to fly missions into Hurricane Fiona as it moves northward away from the Caribbean Sea and intensifies into a dangerous Category-4 hurricane. During a P-3 flight on the afternoon of 20 September, the crew captured some great images inside the eye of the hurricane.

Photographs inside the eye of Hurricane Fiona showing the eyewall and the clear, blue sky above. Courtesy: Heather Holbach.

For the latest information about Hurricane Fiona, tropical cyclones and other weather systems, please visit the NOAA/NWS/National Hurricane Center.

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DISCLAIMER: The above discussion is intended to provide a brief summary of recent and future HRD Hurricane Field Program Operations. Any use of this material beyond its original intent is prohibited without permission of the HRD Director, Frank Marks (Frank.Marks@noaa.gov).


2022-09-21 14:49:08

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