NASA Satellite Captured Cyclone Wind Shears

The head of the continent is in trouble with hurricanes, while the Asian and Australian continents are in trouble with Tropical Cyclones. Wind shear effects on the Riley Tropical Cyclone detected by the NASA satellite are seen

The images of NASA's Aqua satellite show the effect of the South Indian Ocean's shear effect on the Riley Tropical Cyclone. Cyclones formed on the oceans, which are named according to the region where they are formed, occur when the temperature of the ocean water is 27 degrees above

. 19659004] On January 29, 2019, NASA's Aqua satellite viewed the Riley Tropical Cyclone west of Western Australia. Eastern winds pushed clouds and storms to the west of the center

On January 29, 2019 at 9:00 AM UTC, at 19.4 degrees south latitude and 105.8 degrees east longitude, Learmonth is located about 475 nautical miles (879 km) west of Australia. 19659004] Riley is heading west-southwest. The maximum speed of on-going winds is 35 knots (40 km).


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According to recent estimates made by researchers at the combined Typhoon Alert Center, he thinks Riley will continue his movement in the west-southwest direction and will then disintegrate.