Ike’s Widespread Existence – Even Now! – A Radar Image

LEFT CLICK THIS NOAA RADAR IMAGE TO ENLARGE

TWO LEFT CLICKS OF THIS NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RADAR IMAGE WILL ENLARGE

This recent image (above) from 9:38 AM EDT shows the widespread influence of the remains of Ike.  No longer a hurricane, Ike has taken on extratropical characteristics with frontal involvement.  “Extratropical” means “outside of the tropics.”  The synoptic chart below, depicting 8:00 AM EDT does a good job of showing the frontal involvement.  TWO INDEPENDENT LEFT CLICKS WILL ENLARGE.

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