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Fernanda was a powerful hurricane in the Eastern Pacific basin that has since weakened into a tropical storm.
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Although Hurricane Fernanda weakened slightly, the storm continued to move Northwestward in the Eastern Pacific.
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A remarkable amount of lightning within Hurricane Fernanda’s eye wall.
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Hurricane Fernanda grew from a tropical storm to a category 4 hurricane in 24 hours in the Eastern Pacific.
Infrared (band 13)