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The GOES-11 satellite captured all four areas of tropical activity in one stunning image at 8 a.m. EDT on August 12. It's a busy season in the eastern Pacific and GOES is watching.

GOES-11 satellite captures a very busy Central and Eastern Pacific Ocean

The GOES-11 satellite captured all four areas of tropical activity in one stunning image at 8 a.m. EDT on August 12. It’s a busy season in the eastern Pacific and GOES is watching.

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This system is moving to the west at 10 to 15 mph, placing it west of 140W in the Central Pacific Hurricane Center area of responsibility Thursday afternoon or evening. Once in the central Pacific, development, if any, would be slow to occur.

Thunderstorm system moving into Central Pacific

This system is moving to the west at 10 to 15 mph, placing it west of 140W in the Central Pacific Hurricane Center area of responsibility Thursday afternoon or evening. Once in the central Pacific, development, if any, would be slow to occur.

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GOES-11 satellites eyeing two Eastern Pacific areas for tropical development

Hurricane season 2009: Two Eastern Pacific lows (Eastern Pacific)

GOES-11 satellites eyeing two Eastern Pacific areas for tropical development

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Hurricane Carlos may soon have company in the form of another named storm in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.

Hurricane Season 2009: Eastern Pacific Low 5 (Eastern Pacific)

Hurricane Carlos may soon have company in the form of another named storm in the Eastern Pacific Ocean.

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Blanca moving out to sea and into cooler waters, not a threat to Hawaii. Blanca is the second tropical cyclone in the Eastern Pacific, none have formed in the Central Pacific.

Hurricane Season 2009: Blanca (Eastern Pacific)

Blanca moving out to sea and into cooler waters, not a threat to Hawaii. Blanca is the second tropical cyclone in the Eastern Pacific, none have formed in the Central Pacific.

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