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NASA Satellite Sees Strong Wind Shear Taking Final Toll On Tropical Storm 5A
2011-11-30 18:00:37

For the last two days, strong wind shear in the Arabian Sea has pushed most of the clouds and showers associated with Tropical Storm 5A away from its center. Today, Nov. 30, NASA satellite imagery shows wind shear continues to push those clouds to the north and west of 5A's center and is taking a big toll on the entire cyclone. At 03:00 UTC on Nov. 30 (or 10 p.m. EST, Nov. 29), the Joint Typhoon Warning Center issued their final advisory on Tropical Storm 5A (5A). At that time, it was...

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