VICEO: NASA Analyzes Rainfall In Strengthening Tropical Storm Bonnie

By  //  May 29, 2016

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ABOVE VIDEO: The Global Precipitation Measurement or GPM core satellite, managed by NASA and the Japanese Space Agency found heaviest rainfall rates north of the center of Tropical Storm Bonnie.

NASA –Tropical Storm Bonnie continued to get better organized and is being tracked by the National Hurricane Center.

The Global Precipitation Measurement or GPM core satellite, managed by NASA and the Japanese Space Agency found heaviest rainfall rates north of the center.

A Tropical Storm Warning was in effect from the Savannah River to Little River Inlet South Carolina. A Tropical Storm Warning means that tropical storm conditions are expected somewhere within the warning area, in this case within 24 hours.

The depression is expected to produce total rainfall accumulations of 1 to 3 inches from eastern South Carolina through southeastern North Carolina.

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In addition, storm surge inundation of 1 to 2 feet above ground level is possible within the tropical storm warning area. The storm is also expected to produce life-threatening surf and rip current conditions along portions of the southeastern United States coast through the weekend.

Bonnie is then expected to weaken while heading toward the northeast while hugging the coastline.

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The Global Precipitation Measurement or GPM core satellite, managed by NASA and the Japanese Space Agency found heaviest rainfall rates north of the center of Tropical Storm Bonnie. (NASA image)


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