UPDATE: I’ve uploaded an animated .gif of Hannah passing by Jacksonville. It’s below the fold.
This lovely infrared portrait of Hannah shows her current location in relation to where we are. Isn’t she pretty? She came ashore right near the border of North and South Carolina, about 3 hours before this image was taken, say ’bout 3:15 AM Eastern Daylight Time.
We’ve still got power, and so far it looks like there are just a few small limbs down. No big whoop yet.
Forecasts for Hannah can be found with the official tropical forecasts at the National Hurricane Center.
(The animation of images as Hannah passed by Jacksonville, is below the fold.)
From whence came the art:
The still image and the ones I used to make the animated .gif are provided by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and are in the public domain. This page provides links to stills and loops of the latest satellite imagery used by the NHC.