Hurricane Florence has been captured by NASA in menacing satellite images, showing the Category 4 storm from space as it forges its path to the US.  Images taken today and yesterday from the International Space Station (ISS) show the sheer size and chaos that could be caused by the ferocious weather system when it hits South and North Carolina on Thursday morning. NASA astronaut Ricky

Arnold shared the views from the ISS, which orbits 250 miles (400 km) above the Earth, on Twitter. Alongside the image he wrote: “A few moments later, #Isaac & the outer bands of #Helene were also visible.” He was referring to two other hurricanes that are currently positioned in the mid-Atlantic. They are still moving towards the US but there is not an expected landfall date. READ MORE