Hurricanes Frances and Ivan

Hurricanes Frances and Ivan

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Caption: Hurricanes Frances and Ivan. Satellite image of Hurricanes Frances (upper left, over Florida, USA) and Ivan (bottom right) at 15:15 GMT, 5 September 2004. Hurricanes are enormous rotating tropical storm systems. When they form in the Atlantic they often follow a well-known route (Hurricane Alley) through the Caribbean Sea. Hurricane Frances went north of Cuba (below Florida), but Hurricane Ivan is predicted to pass over Hispaniola (right of Cuba). Hurricane winds can cause immense damage. Image from the GOES weather satellite.

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