Credit: MIKE BIERE/GSD/NOAA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Infrared radar of 2004 hurricane season. Areas that show up in the bright colours are extremely cold and the grey shades are areas that are warmer. The higher the cloud, the colder the cloud top will be and so it shows up vividly on the IR satellite image. Hurricanes and tropical storms are well developed weather systems and therefore have high clouds that are easy to detect in the IR satellite images.

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2004 hurricane season

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