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Hurricane Season Experiment:  2011
RGB Air Mass Product (Future Capability)

2011 Hurricane Season Experiment
image:  Hurricane Season Experiment:  Focus- Tropical Weather

RGB Air Mass Product (Future Capability)

As the hurricane is approaching Cape Lookout, NC, the RGB product shows evidence of synoptic-scale dry air on the south-southeast side of the circulation. Synoptic –scale dry air is present to the northwest on the periphery of the storm. This dry air is caught in the southwest inflow channel, effectively cutting off convective development by introducing stably stratified air.  
image: The PGLM flash extent density is on the left with the corresponding radar reflectivity on the right.
From NASA SPoRT, CIRA, and Michael Folmer
(CICS Satellite Champion at HPC/OHC/SAB)

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