Hurricane Dean, infrared satellite image

Hurricane Dean, infrared satellite image

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Caption: Hurricane Dean, infrared satellite image, obtained at 08:45 local time on 20 August 2007 as it passed through the Caribbean, moving from right to left. North is at top. The islands of Cuba (across top) and Jamaica (centre) are outlined in white. The image is colour-coded for intensity of reflected infrared. A dense mass of cloud (orange) is seen rotating around the eye of the hurricane (centre left). Since 17 August, Hurricane Dean had been a category 4 hurricane with wind speeds of up to 230 kilometres per hour, and a diameter of hundreds of kilometres. On 19 August, it passed just south of Jamaica, causing severe damage. Image obtained by NOAA's Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES).

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