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Wind Shear Weakens Rina Considerably
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Wind Shear Weakens Rina Considerably

Rina is being affected by southerly vertical wind shear and the storm's outflow and convection have decreased since yesterday. Rina is still forecast to gradually turn northward near the east coast of Mexico over the next couple of days but seems to have run out of time to intensify. This image was taken by GOES East at 1645Z on October 26, 2011.

 
Keywords:Hurricane, Rina, GOES-13, 2011.10.26
 

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