posted on Sep, 28 2012 @ 08:21 PM
This is from one of the most respected and experienced meteorologists in the world:
"both visible and infrared satellite images showed a very odd boundary extending north-northwestwards from the northeast side of the eye for about 50
miles. I've never seen any such feature in a tropical cyclone, and am a loss to explain what is going on"
You will need to scroll down about half a page to see the images and the discussion of this.
Anyone have any theories about what might be going on here? I'm personally deep into meteorology and following storms, and am completely stumped.
One thing to keep in mind - one of the rarest things in nature is a straight line. What could possibly cause a straight line phenomenon in a storm of
this magnitude without weakening it? It seems to me that this could only be caused by an external influence...