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Hurricane Irene - Updated August 29, 2011

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Uploaded on Aug 29, 2011

Over the past week, Hurricane Irene has battered Puerto Rico, the Bahamas, North Carolina, and the major metropolitan areas of the Northeast U.S. At peak intensity, Irene reached Category 3 hurricane status with sustained winds of 125 mph.

This animation of visible and infrared imagery taken every 30 minutes by the GOES-13 satellite shows Irene's evolution from her birth as a tropical wave on August 19th , the landfall events in the Caribbean, North Carolina, and New York, and the eventual dissipation on August 29, 2011.

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