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This is the latest image from a goes floater. There are four floaters this year that will provide close up images of up to 4 storms at one time. This is the 72hr NOGAPS surface wind and pressure map from the Navy site. The wind flags represent wind direction and also make it easy to identify rotation. This is a current 100m heat map. The deeper warm water works as fuel for tropical systems when the system is in an otherwise conducive environment.
   
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