As the Florida Panhandle region braced for Hurricane Michael, some eagle-eyed weather watchers noticed what looks like a skull in one of the satellite images of the storm.
CDO means “central dense overcast” or the thunderstorm clouds around the hurricane’s eye.
Hurricane Matthew had a similar image just over two years ago on Oct. 6, 2017, as the storm passed over Haiti, USA Today reported.
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