For the second year in a row, as a large hurricane threatened the United States, some swore they saw a face in satellite imagery of the storm. The image above was posted early Saturday morning to Twitter by Stu Ostro, a senior meteorologist at The Weather Channel. As Hurricane Irma made landfall along the

coast of northern Cuba, it appeared as if the satellite imagery of the storm had an embedded face. You can argue whether the face better resembles a pig or an elephant, but it’s the second such face Ostro has spotted in a satellite image of a hurricane in as many years. Last October, as Hurricane Matthew’s eye moved away from Haiti, a very sinister face appeared in satellite imagery. READ MORE