Want to know what NASA said about yesterday’s storm?

Posted by Jeremy Shulkin

Of course you do. Here’s a sampling:

The storm had a distinctive comma shape—reminiscent of a hurricane—that forms when air circles around a low-pressure center (centered over Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in the image). Higher, thinner clouds swept around the south side of the storm, circling counterclockwise around the center. These lines of clouds formed when frigid winds blowing off the land chilled the moist ocean air.

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One response to “Want to know what NASA said about yesterday’s storm?

  1. For moment we thought you would say that the storm was part of a failed
    HAARP experiment.

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