2010-03-28: The Final Path


This is the final track of Tomas issued by the Fijian Meteorological Service.

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Here are satellite images I pulled from NOAA during the storm. Ului is on the left and Tomas on the right. Kioa is at about 179 W longitude (just to the left of the 180 line) and 18 S latitude. Notice the time (Z stands for UTC) in the lower left corner. It is amazing how slow this storm moved.

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2 comments on “2010-03-28: The Final Path

  1. This is actually what we watched the cyclone on. as well as google earth. was amazing to watch this.

  2. This is actually what we watched the cyclone on. as well as google earth. was amazing to watch this.

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