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Meteorological Images of February 2013

Stu Ostro | TWC
Published: February 28, 2013

A Pair of Eyes

Image credit: National Weather Service - Gray, Maine

Though not structurally the same as eyes in the center of hurricanes, the winter storms TWC named Nemo and Plato had eyes nonetheless, within eight days of each other in almost the exact same location!


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