Tropical Storm "Robyn" didn't have to fly south for the northern hemisphere winter, like the birds (Robins), it formed in the southern hemisphere this past weekend in the Southern Indian Ocean. Infrared satellite imagery from NASA's Aqua satellite revealed that the storm's strong thunderstorms and heavy rainfall are safely "nested" over open waters.
- Tropical Storm Robyn nested away from landMon, 5 Apr 2010, 16:08:47 EDT
- NASA sees Tropical Storm Julia born with strong thunderstorms and heavy rainfallMon, 13 Sep 2010, 17:14:45 EDT
- Tropical Storm Anggrek is tightly wrapped in NASA satellite imageryWed, 3 Nov 2010, 11:35:31 EDT
- NASA's Aqua satellite sees second tropical storm form near the Horn of AfricaWed, 19 May 2010, 15:19:43 EDT
- 91S becomes Tropical Cyclone 24S as NASA's TRMM captures its rainfallThu, 22 Apr 2010, 19:12:48 EDT