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Jennifer A. Hanafin, Yves Quilfen, Fabrice Ardhuin, Joseph Sienkiewicz, Pierre Queffeulou, Mathias Obrebski, Bertrand Chapron, Nicolas Reul, Fabrice Collard, David Corman, Eduardo B. de Azevedo, Doug Vandemark, and Eleonore Stutzmann

In the North Atlantic, there are more than 10 extratropical storms every year with hurricane-force winds ( Fig. 1 ). Observing the dynamics and effects of these storms is a particular challenge because in-situ observations are scarce and opportunities to apply and validate remote-sensing techniques for wind speeds above hurricane force and for phenomenal sea states are rare. We show here that a suite of data from different sources—a combination that may not be typical in forecasting

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