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Rain patterns inside Tropical Storm Erika reveal a lack of organization within the storm because of El Nino-induced winds, which tend to tear tropical storm systems apart.
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Erika looked like a weak storm when this image was captured on September 3, 2009. Instead of clouds that spiral in towards a well-defined center, spokes radiate out from the storm as high-altitude winds pull the storm apart.