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Anatomy of a Hurricane
spiral rainbands, the eye wall and the eye
A region 20-50 km in diameter found at the center
where skies are often clear, winds are light,
and the storm's lowest pressure
readings are obtained.
A ring of cumulonimbus clouds
that swirl around the eye. The
heaviest precipitation and strongest winds are found here.
Bands of heavy convective showers
that spiral inward toward the storm's center.