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Eyewall Lightning in Katrina

August 25, 2005; 6:26 PM

I noticed on RadarPlus this morning that we've got some lightning in the eyewall again with Katrina, as we did with Dennis.



For what it's worth, according to the FAQ hurricanes generally have less than a dozen strokes per hour in the eyewall, with Andrew having 10 or less.

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