This project concerns the use of multispectral remote sensing observations obtained from two different aircraft instruments flying linear transects through hurricanes, HAMSR (the High MIMC Sounding Radiometer) views a swath some 30km wide along the flight path in 25 spectral channels. EDOP (the ER-2 Doppler Radar) sees a narrow path directly under the aircraft in 15 channels. EDOP’s observations are strongly related to rainfall and atmospheric turbulence, and our goal is to infer what EDOP would have seen had it seen the wider HAMSR swath. We are using non-linear multivariate analysis methods based on Gifi (1990) to model the relationship between HAMSR and EDOP directly under the aircraft, and spatial-statistical techniques to transfer that relationship away from the nadir (directly downward looking) view.