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Hurricane Max, Tropical Storm Norma, Tropical Storm Jose and Tropical Depression Fifteen-E

Hurricane Max, Tropical Storm Norma, Tropical Storm Jose and Tropical Depression Fifteen-E Image ID 2287
Acquisition date 14-Sep-2017
Over head time 21:00:00
Satellite Sensor goes-east
Sensor Channel(s) 4

When this image was received the National Hurricane Center reported that Hurricane Max was making landfall along the coast of south-west Mexico’s state of Guerrero. Max was at this time a Category 1 storm (Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale) with a 1-minute sustained average wind speed of 70 knots (80.6 mph) and gusts of 80 knots (92.2 mph). Tropical Storm Norma is shown tracking northwards about 135 miles south-east of Socorro Island with a 1-minute sustained average wind speed of 40 knots (46.1 mph) and gusts of 50 knots (57.6 mph). Tropical Depression Fifteen-E was moving eastwards around 1010 miles west, south-west of the southern tip of Baja California with a 1-minute sustained average wind speed of 30 knots (34.6 mph) and gusts of 40 knots (46.1 mph). Tropical Storm Jose tracks in a west, north-westerly direction approximately 405 miles east, north-east of the south-eastern Bahamas with a 1-minute sustained average wind speed of 60 knots (69.1 mph) and gusts of 75 knots (86.4 mph).

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