Storm Watch 2007, Part II

This storm over eastern North America is massive. In perusing the satellite shots, and including the portion of it over water, the storm looks roughly 1/3 to 1/2 the size of the continental U.S., which would put it at around 1-million square miles. Remarkable stuff.


Related posts:

  1. Storm Watch 2007, Part I
  2. My 2007 IPO Thesis: Part XXIV in a Series
  3. Water is the Next Precious Metal, Part XXXIV
  4. The Nitrogen Fertilizer Perfect Storm
  5. Love Storm Over Nevada