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Inside the Eye

Infrared satellite image of Hurricane Andrew at 5 AM on August 24, 1992, as it was making landfall along the coast of Miami-Dade County, Florida.

The hurricane season had yet to see its first named storm in August 1992, but that changed dramatically with the arrival of Hurricane Andrew.

South Florida and NOAA’s National Hurricane Center in Coral Gables took a direct hit from Andrew.

We’re going to take you behind the scenes for a glimpse of what it was like to be on duty during that fateful week twenty-five years ago.

The disturbance that had rolled off the coast of Africa became Tropical Storm Andrew on Aug. 17. But three days later, it almost disappeared.

Water vapor satellite image of Tropical Storm Andrew on August 19, 1992, while it was struggling to survive northeast of the Lesser Antilles.

“It looked like the storm had dissipated, but we hung onto…

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