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Description:By Rob Gutro: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md.,

Hurricane Sandy (Atlantic Ocean)

"On Oct. 25 at 1425 UTC (10:25 a.m. EDT), NASA's TRMM satellite saw that rain associated with Hurricane Sandy storm's center, was moderate (in green and blue) and falling at a rate of 20 to 40 mm per hour. The heaviest rainfall at the time of this image was falling over the Dominican Republic at more than 2 inches/50 mm per hour (red)."
Interview with Research Meteorologist Dr. Marshall Shepherd

"Dr. Marshall Shepherd, University of Georgia Professor and Research Meteorologist has worked with TRMM satellite data since its launch in 1997. Dr. Shepherd provided his take on the storm event. "Models are coming into consensus on a landfall, if you will, in the DelMarVa area. Comparisons are being made to the Perfect Storm of 1991, but many folks won't remember that. Storm will bring very strong winds (hurricane force) over a strong area. Remember the Derecho of June 29, 2012. Expand that to the entire Delaware/Maryland/Virginia and New York/New Jersey region.""

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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Rob Gutro/Hal Pierce/Marshall Shepherd
Creation Date:2012
Photo Credit:SSAI/NASA; Hal Pierce; NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center; Greenbelt; Md.
Links:National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA – Hurricane Sandy (Atlantic Ocean)
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