By M.P. Pellicer | Eerie.News
Of all the images captured by satellites, an eye is not one them, ever. However in the center of a cloud formation over the North Pacific, this is exactly what a satellite captured.
On February 13, south of Alaska, scientists at the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS) posted the pictures online.
Anyone else see a whale’s eye and face within the very large low over the North Pacific Ocean today?
The "eye" is surrounded by miles of swirling clouds that are centered in the middle of the a cyclone.
Ironically, scientists refer to this type of formation as the "eye of the storm", which is located in the center of rotating high-speed winds.
Around the eye are the strongest winds of a cyclone or hurricane which are called the eyewall, which is where the clouds pile up higher.
Perhaps this is why this type of weather events deserve to be named.
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