On Oct. 30, the Moderate Imaging Spectroradiometer or MODIS instrument that flies aboard NASA's Terra satellite provided a visible image on Kyarr as it tracks through the Arabian Sea.
The eye also appeared somewhat oblong, indicating that the storm is weakening.
Large feeder bands, that is, bands of powerful thunderstorms that spiral into the low-level center, extended north and south of center.
The shape of the storm is a clue to forecasters that a storm is either strengthening or weakening.
If a storm takes on a more rounded shape it is getting more organized and strengthening.
Conversely, if it becomes less rounded or elongated, it is a sign the storm is weakening.