A Hurricane in the Gulf (Sept 28 1998) IMAGE CREDIT: SeaWiFS Satellite, NASA Last Friday, Hurricane Georges was photographed from space entering the Gulf of Mexico. This immense storm system, larger than most states, is expected to make landfall today. Starting as a slight pressure difference, hurricanes grow into large spiraling storm systems of low pressure, complete with high winds and driving rain.
The Kremlin, along with approximately 300 buildings in central Moscow, will shut off its lights as part of the annual Earth Hour campaign to help raise money for local environmental projects on March The lights are set to be turned on again in an hour.
Strongest Hurricane Ever Recorded Slams Mexico's Pacific Coast