Hurricane Michael's Gulf "Blender Effect" Seen From Space

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Hurricane Michael’s impact on land was devastating, leaving a vast swath of destruction, but photos from space show that the Category 4 storm visibly stirred up the Gulf of Mexico.

Before and after photos from a NASA satellite show the “blender effect” Michael had as it churned up sediment in shallow waters near the Florida coast.

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