Hurricane Gonzalo Intensifying North of Puerto Rico

October 14th, 2014 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.

Here’s the latest MODIS color image of Hurricane Gonzalo, currently a 110 mph (Category 2) storm (click image for full-size):

MODIS image of Hurricane Gonzalo mid-day Tuesday, October 14, 2014.

MODIS image of Hurricane Gonzalo mid-day Tuesday, October 14, 2014.

Gonzalo is forecast to strengthen, possibly to a Category 4 storm, before impacting Bermuda later in the week.

4 Responses to “Hurricane Gonzalo Intensifying North of Puerto Rico”

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  1. BBould says:

    Is the semi-circle NW of the hurricane a type of cloud or ocean waves?

  2. Roy spencer says:

    It’s a line of low clouds. Waves aren’t visible at this resolution.

  3. Gunga Din says:

    Not to dismiss it’s impact on those in it’s path, but the alarmist crowd sure to hype it to the extreme as soon as a branch from a tree falls on somebody.
    Our Man-made CO2 induced “Extreme Climate Change” hasn’t given them much to talk about of late.
    (Prayers for those in it’s path.)

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