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By: Torito , 7:29 PM GMT on October 24, 2013
The Eyewall Replacement Cycle Of Super Typhoon Lekima- On MIMIC.
This is what an eyewall replacement cycle looks like. A new eyewall forms outside of the old eyewall, and then the convection between the 2 eyewalls dissipates, leaving an entirely new eye to boot.
This is the first time I have captured the MIMIC simulated radar displaying this amazing feat of nature.
Notice the weakening occuring during this cycle (top left of the image). This is perfectly normal while an eyewall replacement cycle is in progress.
Permalinked image from MIMIC.^
Lekima on Terra/MODIS satellite.... It looks very impressive.
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Edit 1: Spelling error
Edit 2: Linked picture to a new host to remove lag in the gif.
Edit 3:Corrected product discription of MIMIC.
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