External cameras on the International Space Station captured views of Hurricane Rina at 2:39 p.m. EDT on Oct. 25, 2011, as the complex flew 248 miles over the Caribbean Sea east of Belize. News from: NASA. ~ Hurricane Rina. In late October, convection off the tail end of a cold front began to show signs of organization. After a low-pressure area formed, it began moving towards the north and northwest and organized further. After a reconnaissance aircraft investigated the system, the NHC determined it had acquired sufficient organization to be classified as a tropical depression on October 23. The depression underwent further intensification and became Tropical Storm Rina later that day. Rapid strengthening allowed it to attain hurricane status on October 24. G.N.
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