Stunning NASA Image Captures Tropical Storm Ida at It Passes Over the Southern U.S.

Image captured in the early morning hours of Monday, August 30, 2021, shows Tropical Storm Ida moving inland over portions of southeastern Louisiana, southern Mississippi, and southern Alabama. Credit: NASA

In this image, captured in the early morning hours of Monday, Aug. 30, Tropical Storm Ida is seen moving inland over portions of southeastern Louisiana, southern Mississippi, and southern Alabama. A NOAA GOES-East ABI GeoColor imagery layer has been applied over this image for additional visibility. Explore more images and data via NASA Worldview.

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  • steve willis

    Why are the lights so bright in New Orleans in this image, since the whole city lost power before the storm got that far north?