Felicia Image

Felicia continues moving toward the Hawaiian Islands. The storm has weakened but still provides for the spectacular NASA satellite image seen below.


The Hawaiian Islands are just to the left of center in this early evening Hawaiian time picture. The lower level circulation around the Felicia’s eye is indicated by the duller gray shaded clouds on the western half of the storm with the brightest and highest clouds in the northeast quadrant of the cyclone indicating the strongest storm activity. These clouds are brighter because they are higher in the atmosphere and are reflecting more of the late day sunlight. Two areas of low pressure are shown at the bottom of the image but they are not Tropical Cyclones.

Elsewhere in the eastern Pacific, forecasters are monitoring a Tropical Depression east of Felicia and a developing wave off the Central American coast.


In the eastern Atlantic, a tropical wave is showing signs of organization that may lead to the development of a Tropical Depression.


John Collins


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