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Tropical Storm 23 strengthened to a named storm, Mininae, in late October 2009. Initially located northwest of Guam, the storm strengthened into a typhoon and headed toward the Philippines.
Although Mirinae was weakening, its winds maintained the classic spiral structure associated with well-organized tropical cyclones in this image of the storm’s wind structure on November 1, 2009.
Published Nov 3, 2009
Typhoon Mirinae was just offshore of the Philippines when this image was captured on October 30, 2009.
Published Oct 30, 2009
Acquired October 27, 2009, this true-color image shows Tropical Storm Mirinae extending a long arm toward the east as the storm blows over the west Pacific Ocean.
Published Oct 27, 2009