Satellite Imagery Shows Cyclone Freddy's Path Across Mozambique

A satellite captured Cyclone Freddy as it moved slowly across Mozambique causing flooding between February 24 and 27, according to the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA), which released an animation of the images.

The video shows the storm’s movements over three-day time period, said CIRA, which operates in partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

“After making landfall in Mozambique, Cyclone Freddy stalled producing torrential, flooding rains. This three-day time lapse shows Freddy’s slow movement after landfall,” CIRA said. Credit: CIRA/NOAA via Storyful

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