A look back at “Hurricane Huron” in 1996

September 14th, 2018 |

GOES-8 Visible (0.65 µm) images, with hourly surface wind barbs and gusts [click to play animation | MP4]

GOES-8 Visible (0.65 µm) images, with hourly surface wind barbs and gusts [click to play animation | MP4]

GOES-8 Visible (0.65 µm) images (above) showed the cloud features — including spiral banding and a cloud-free core resembling an eye — associated with a deepening area of low pressure over Lake Huron (surface analyses) on 14 September 1996. This storm acquired some characteristics of a tropical cyclone, being referred to in the literature as “Hurricane Huron“.

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