Friday, July 07, 2006

Typhoon Ewi. Pic

"The typhoon had a very distinct and clear spiral structure in this image, hinting at its intensity. Most of the islands of the area, including Yap, are hidden under the clouds, though the Philippines are visible well to the storm’s west. Sustained winds in the storm system were estimated to be around 200 kilometers per hour (125 miles per hour) around the time the image was captured, according to the University of Hawaii’s Tropical Storm Information Center. "
NASA image by Jesse Allen, Earth Observatory


Happymama said...

Looks scarry to me. Are you scared?

BTW, of course I am honored that you added me to your links. Thanks! I added you a while ago, but I can't remember if I was courteous enough to tell you. LOL Sorry. :)


Heather said...

No, I am not scared. The houses here are built to weather typhoons is literally like a big cinder block with heavy doors that bolt. thanks for adding me to your blog!! :)

Karen said...

Heather...let us know how you are after the typhoon passes...we'll be praying for you. I love the photos of Ayden...he's such a sweetie! It was great to see all your photos and cool water after a drought! I've missed you! Love...Karen