This story is brought to you by the letter "J."
NASA's Aqua satellite flew over Cyclone Victoria in the Southern Indian Ocean yesterday (April 11) and took a snapshot of the storm, which was in the shape of the letter "J." The shape was created by a band of thunderstorms that wrapped around the center of the circulation and extended northward.
Cyclone is the term for hurricanes and tropical storms in the Indian Ocean. Cyclone Victoria isn't a threat to land and was expected to weaken as it moved southwestward.
Read the NASA press release.