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October 20, 2019JPEG
Although Tropical Storm Nestor weakened to a post-tropical cyclone a few hours before making landfall on Florida’s Panhandle, the storm still dropped several inches of rain.
As seen in this natural-color image captured by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite, that was enough to stir up sediment in coastal bays and the Gulf of Mexico.
Although Nestor brought the Southeast some welcome rain, it also spun out several tornadoes in Florida and Georgia.
NASA Earth Observatory image by Joshua Stevens, using MODIS data from NASA EOSDIS/LANCE and GIBS/Worldview. Caption by Adam Voiland.
The weakening storm dropped several inches of rain and spun out several tornadoes.
Hurricane season in the North Atlantic basin officially begins on June 1 and ends on December 1.
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