TRMM Tropical Microwave Imager (TMI) view of Hurricane Jeanne on September 27, 2004

  • Released Thursday, September 30th, 2004
  • Updated Wednesday, May 3rd, 2023 at 1:56PM
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NASA's TRMM spacecraft is used by meteorologists to understand Hurricane Jeanne. TRMM saw this view of Hurricane Jeanne on September 27, 2004, just before it made landfall. The cloud cover is taken by TRMM's Visible and Infrared Scanner (VIRS). It looks underneath of the storm's clouds to reveal the underlying rain structure. Blue represents areas with at least 0.25 inches of rain per hour. Green shows at least 0.5 inches of rain per hour. Yellow is at least 1.0 inches of rain and red is at least 2.0 inches of rain per hour.

The TRMM spacecraft allows us to see the clouds from Hurricane Jeanne with the rain structure underneath.(September 27, 2004)

The TRMM spacecraft allows us to see the clouds from Hurricane Jeanne with the rain structure underneath.(September 27, 2004)

Blue represents the volumetric area where TRMM has recorded more than 0.25 inches of rain per hour.

Blue represents the volumetric area where TRMM has recorded more than 0.25 inches of rain per hour.



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