Contact: Daniel Parry
Naval Research Laboratory
Caption: This shows the COAMPS-TC analysis of the wind speed, meters per second (m s-1), and direction, at 40,000 feet (200hPa), during Hurricane Earl taken at 1200 Universal Coordinated Time Sept. 1, 2010. The center of Earl is shown by the black dot. The outflow at this time is spiraling outward from the storm, eventually directed towards the east.
Credit: US Naval Research Laboratory – Marine Meteorology Division
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