August 2, 2011 by USA Post
Hurricane Eugene, Hurricane Eugene has become a major hurricane size and strength, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), which captures the system as GOES-11 satellite on Tuesday.
The GOES-11 captured a “disk full” image of the eastern Pacific Ocean and Hurricane Eugene showed off the Mexican coast in the west at 1500 UTC (11 am ET). While one eye was not visible in the picture, Eugene is a Category 2 hurricane. Eugene Tropical storm force winds extend up to 140 miles, putting the diameter of the storm about 280 miles.
At 11 am EDT on August 2, with maximum sustained winds were from Eugene about 100 mph and could strengthen further. Eugene is still the west coast of Mexico, causing heavy surf along the beaches of the west front. It is located near 14.0 north and 109.6 easts and moving west-northwest near 15 mph.
Eugene is expected to continue tracking west-northwest direction and does not affect any area of?? Land.
NASA GOES project created full disk image from GOES-11, which gives a great perspective on how big a hurricane may be on the face of the earth.
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