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Satellites show Hurricane Katia crawling to the Mexico coast

(NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center) Two days of satellite imagery from NASA's Terra and NOAA's GOES East satellites showed that Hurricane Katia was starting to crawl to the coast of southeastern Mexico.
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