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File:The Brown Ocean Effect.webm

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English: Before Tropical Storm Bill made landfall over Texas, eastern Texas experienced several days of rain that began flooding areas to the south east and northern parts of the state. As Tropical Storm Bill moved northward through Texas it is hypothesized that it fed off the highly saturated ground (as if it were still over the ocean) and can be seen slightly intensifying (via winds) as it moved into Oklahoma and progressed to the northeast..
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Author NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio


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current10:35, 6 October 20171 min 21 s, 1,920 × 1,080 (317.32 MB)OriginalwanaVideoconvert upload from toollabs
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