Drone captures stunning images of waves up to 6.6 meters high

Drone captures stunning images of waves up to 6.6 meters high
Drone captures stunning images of waves up to 6.6 meters high

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Quintana Roo – Hurricane Beryl has the Caribbean on edge, and recently, a drone has captured shocking images of waves up to 6.6 meters high inside the phenomenon.

Hurricane Beryl is moving through the Caribbean towards the coast of Mexico. While monitoring the phenomenon, meteorological authorities coordinated the sending of a drone to the sea, managing to capture images of waves up to 6.6 meters high. The video, which you can see here, shows the magnitude of the hurricane.

Saildrone and @NOAA_AOML kicked off the 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Mission early this year, with Saildrone Explorer SD-1041 intercepting the northern edge of the then category 5 Hurricane Beryl about 100 nm south of Puerto Rico.@NOAAResearch pic.twitter.com/AN9620COhl

— Saildrone (@saildrone) https://twitter.com/saildrone/status/1808257262026383713?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

As of 12:15 p.m., the cyclone was located 70 kilometers south of Kingston, Jamaica, and 1,125 km east-southeast of Cancún, Quintana Roo, according to the National Meteorological Service (SMN). Although Beryl is currently a Category 4 hurricane, it previously reached Category 5.

With information from El Imparcial

 
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