Eerie Face Spotted on Satellite Image as Hurricane Matthew Makes Landfall in Haiti

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ct7d7dxwyaak_esSpotted by Stu Ostro, a senior meteorologist at The Weather Channel, a haunting face was seen in this infrared satellite image from NASA.(NASA Earth Science Office)

Just as Hurricane Matthew was making landfall in Haiti, a sinister face appeared in a satellite image.

In the infrared image, the storm actually took on the look of a skull.

An eerie sight was spotted on a satellite image Tuesday morning as Hurricane Matthew moved over western Haiti: a face seemed to appear in the imagery of the tropical cyclone, and it looked almost as ominous as the storm itself.

The infrared satellite image appeared to show the storm resembling a smiling skull, with Matthew’s eye actually looking like an eye. The resemblance was first pointed out on Twitter by Stu Ostro, a senior meteorologist with The Weather Channel.

While it’s still not clear exactly how bad the impacts of the hurricane were to Haiti, the few reports that have come out of the country are not promising. The impoverished nation has been known to struggle with heavy rainfall, and western portions of the island suffered a direct hit from the hurricane.

As of Tuesday evening, Matthew has been responsible for at least nine deaths in the Caribbean.

Via  : weather

 

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