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Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.12 at 2045Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 28:39:13N Longitude: 94:43:28W. 
Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.12 at 2045Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 28:39:13N Longitude: 94:43:28W.
Latitude: 28.65
Longitude: -94.72

Data Elements: Please see these color and GOES-12 black and white print images.
Observation Device: GOES-12 1 km visible imagery.
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Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.12 at 1515Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 26:33:33N Longitude: 92:43:59W.
Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.12 at 1515Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 26:33:33N Longitude: 92:43:59W.
Latitude: 26.56
Longitude: -92.72

Data Elements: Ike is a very large hurricane and regardless of where the center of the hurricane makes landfall, the effects will be felt at large distances from the center.
Observation Device: GOES-12 1 km visible imagery.
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ARCHIVAL: Hurricane Alicia regional imagery, 1983.08.17 at 2031Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 28:16:20N Longitude: 94:46:42W.
ARCHIVAL: Hurricane Alicia regional imagery, 1983.08.17 at 2031Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 28:16:20N Longitude: 94:46:42W.
Latitude: 28.27
Longitude: -94.77

Data Elements: Hurricane Alicia was the last major hurricane to strike the cities of Houston and Galveston directly. See this higher resolution image.
Observation Device: GOES-5 1 km visible imagery.
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Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.12 at 1345Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 28:16:20N Longitude: 94:46:42W. 
Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.12 at 1345Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 28:16:20N Longitude: 94:46:42W.
Latitude: 28.27
Longitude: -94.77

Data Elements: This image is for size comparison to Hurricane Alicia from August 17, 1983. See this higher resolution image.
Observation Device: GOES-12 1 km visible imagery.
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Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.12 at 0845Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 26:54:30N Longitude: 91:31:08W.
Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.12 at 0845Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 26:54:30N Longitude: 91:31:08W.
Latitude: 26.91
Longitude: -91.52

Data Elements: Hurricane Ike is located southeast of Galveston, Texas. This system is moving toward the west-northwest near 13 MPH. Maximum sustained winds are near 105 MPH.
Observation Device: GOES-12 4 km infrared imagery.
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Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.11 at 2015Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 23:01:14N Longitude: 88:50:54W.
Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.11 at 2015Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 23:01:14N Longitude: 88:50:54W.
Latitude: 23.02
Longitude: -88.83

Data Elements: Hurricane Ike is a large and powerful storm, quite capable of strengthening before landfall early Saturday.
Observation Device: GOES-12 1 km visible imagery.
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Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.11 at 1445Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 25:46:50N Longitude: 88:29:05W.
Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.11 at 1445Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 25:46:50N Longitude: 88:29:05W.
Latitude: 25.78
Longitude: -88.48

Data Elements: Hurricane Ike continues to grow in size as it moves west-northwest over the Gulf of Mexico.
Observation Device: GOES-12 1 km visible imagery.
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Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.11 at 0845Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 25:08:23N Longitude: 88:11:27W.
Hurricane Ike regional imagery, 2008.09.11 at 0845Z. Centerpoint Latitude: 25:08:23N Longitude: 88:11:27W.
Latitude: 25.14
Longitude: -88.18

Data Elements: Hurricane Ike is located east of Brownsville, Texas. This system is moving toward the west-northwest near 10 MPH. Maximum sustained winds are near 100 MPH.
Observation Device: GOES-12 4 km infrared imagery.
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