Contact: Rob Gutro
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
Caption: On Sept. 10, the TRMM satellite showed System 91L was getting organized and that convective storms were dropping heavy rain to the northwest and northeast of the center of the circulation. Those thunderstorms northeast of the center were reaching heights of about 13km (~8.1 miles). It became Tropical Depression 14 on Sept. 11.
Credit: Hal Pierce, NASA/SSAI
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