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NASA releases 3-D animated flyby of Hurricane Hermine

NASA released a 3-D animated flyby of Hermine created using radar data from the GPM core satellite. On Aug. 31 at 4 p.m. EDT GPM found rainfall occurring at a rate of over 9.9 inches per hour in very powerful storms southwest of Hermine's center of circulation. Cloud tops were reaching heights above 9.9 miles.

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Paddleboarders make the best of Hurricane Hermine flooding

Paddle boarding enthusiasts in St. Petersburg, Florida, made good use of Hurricane Hermine flooding and proved that the activity could be carried out on land, given the right weather conditions.
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Paddleboarders make the best of Hurricane Hermine flooding 0:40

Paddleboarders make the best of Hurricane Hermine flooding

A visualization of Hurricane Hermine 0:37

A visualization of Hurricane Hermine

View from space: Tropical Storm Hermine's landfall and movement 0:38

View from space: Tropical Storm Hermine's landfall and movement

Hermine barrels through Florida's Gulf Coast 0:28

Hermine barrels through Florida's Gulf Coast