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NASA Sees Rainfall in Megi

Caption: This TRMM image on Oct. 21 at 1401 UTC (10:01 a.m. EDT) showed Megi contained powerful thunderstorms rotating around a large distinct circular eye. The heaviest rainfall (red) falling at 2 inches per hour, was located in bands to the east of Megi's eye.

Credit: NASA/SSAI, Hal Pierce

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