Record-breaking Hurricane Otto transit Central America, eye intact

Record-breaking Hurricane Otto transit Central America, eye intact

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Storm OttoPhoto source: NASA / Earth Observatory

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Otto was a storm that made history — for its intensity so late in the year, for where it struck and for where it traveled.

Otto became the strongest hurricane on record so late in the year in the tropical Atlantic basin when its peak winds leapt from 75 mph to 110 mph Wednesday to Thursday…

Read Full Article, The Washington Post (11-25-2016)

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