central dense overcast

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  • A small central dense overcast-like feature was observed at the time.
  • Around this time, the storm began a period rapid development and a tiny central dense overcast formed.
  • Throughout the next day, the system gradually developed an eye within the central dense overcast, leading to further strengthening.
  • At the time of its peak intensity, the eye was small and located within a very cold central dense overcast.
  • The convection organized into a central dense overcast and developed an eye feature.
  • By this time, a wide eye had developed within the central dense overcast of the cyclone.
  • Early on June 21, a wide eye developed within the central dense overcast.
  • Deep convection continued to develop over the storm, while an eye feature developed within the expanding central dense overcast.
  • That afternoon, it gained full tropical characteristics, as an eye featured was beginning to form in the central dense overcast.
  • The shape of the central dense overcast is also considered.
  • A small central dense overcast subsequently developed over the circulation.
  • After briefly developing a prominent central dense overcast, the storm's structure began to degrade for unknown reasons.
  • The following day, a significant central dense overcast developed over the low and banding features began forming to the northwest of the center.
  • The storm maintained this intensity for several hours as its central dense overcast remained intact despite increasing wind shear.
  • The center of circulation was embedded within a central dense overcast and located within an area favoring further development.
  • The eye, which was very well-defined, was surrounded by a central dense overcast, a large mass of deep convection.
  • By the afternoon of September 8, an eye began to develop within a central dense overcast.
  • The storm's eye rapidly dissipated and the central dense overcast became asymmetric.
  • The eye that had cleared during landfall filled in that afternoon and was replaced by a central dense overcast.
  • Shortly before making landfall in northern Mexico, the storm developed a central dense overcast as it continued to intensify.
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