NASA sees a weaker Tropical Storm Madeline passing south of Hawaii's Big Island

Thursday, September 1, 2016 - 12:31 in Earth & Climate

Once a major hurricane, Madeline was a tropical storm that appeared shapeless on a visible satellite image as it was passing south of the big island of Hawaii. An infrared image showed the storm stretching from southwest to northeast.

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