IN SPACE - NOVEMBER 5: In this handout satellite image provided by NOAA/NASA GOES Project, the GOES-13 satellite shows Hurricane Tomas centered over the southwestern tip of Haiti at 9:31 a.m. EDT on ... more 
IN SPACE - NOVEMBER 5: In this handout satellite image provided by NOAA/NASA GOES Project, the GOES-13 satellite shows Hurricane Tomas centered over the southwestern tip of Haiti at 9:31 a.m. EDT on November 5, 2010 as seen from space. The clouds to the north of Tomas are associated with a cold front off the eastern U.S. coast. With wind speeds of 85 mph, Tomas is a moderate Category 1 storm. It is expected to cross over the Bahamas early November 6 and then move out into the Atlantic but stay far offshore of the mainland U.S., potentially impacting Bermuda. (Photo by NOAA/NASA GOES Project via Getty Images) less 
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