What's the satilite's cutoff for coloring all that air in brown, in terms of humidity? But that loop is a really good picture of how good it's outflow is, very wispy clouds mark the areas of good outflow. Actcually, I orbserved that outflow when I was following supertyphoon chaba. It's the combo of some shear and excellent outflow that produces very strong tropical cyclones.
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