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Dan Lindsey
Atmospheric scientist with NOAA/NESDIS in Fort Collins, CO. Currently Senior Scientific Advisor for the GOES-R Program. UGA/CSU/CSU
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Dan Lindsey 12h
New addition to the NESDIS/STAR GOES-R imagery website: GLM overlaid on GeoColor! Real-time imagery link:
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Dan Lindsey Sep 18
While doing a little office cleaning I came across this poster, a meteorological antique. What a terrible day.
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NOAA Satellites - Public Affairs Sep 17
MEDIA ALERT: , , and are hosting the 2019 Joint Satellite Conference in Boston from Sept. 30-Oct. 4. Media can learn how an international fleet of next-generation satellites is keeping people .
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Dan Lindsey Sep 17
CIRA's SLIDER website and all other data delivery will be down today due to a final planned power outage
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Dan Lindsey Sep 16
A close look at Hurricane 's eye - cool intermittent bursts of convection in the eyewall - from
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Dan Lindsey Sep 16
Yep - I'll see you there!
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Dan Lindsey Sep 16
Yes, this is a known artifact that has been termed the "Bahama Bar" - I believe it's been fixed, so if you plot the data just over the last couple of months, say, it should be absent
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Dan Lindsey Sep 14
The exposed low-level circulation of Tropical Storm is spinning just off the east coast of Island this morning, from
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National Weather Association Sep 11
Replying to @RyanSharpWx
. summarizing how an operational forecast office uses the new ABI and GLM capabilities on GOES-16.
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Dan Lindsey Sep 8
telling us about the value of for long flash detection for DSS, at
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Dan Lindsey Sep 6
Heads-up to all users of CIRA's data, products, and its website, including SLIDER: due to a planned power outage Saturday through Monday afternoon, no data will be flowing and all web pages will be down
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Dan Lindsey Sep 5
A close look at 's eye as it moves along the coast, from -
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Dan Lindsey Sep 5
Smoke a little north of Soldier Canyon Dam - appears to be near the reservoir. In case it's unreported
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NOAA Satellites Sep 5
The eyewall of is just off the coast of in this "sandwich loop" from . Sandwich loops are a combination of visible and infrared satellite imagery. Follow the storm via our hurricane tracker:
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snopes.com Sep 4
This is not how the eye of Hurricane Dorian looks to the naked eye.
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NOAA Satellites Sep 2
The eye of catastrophic Cat. 5 lingered over overnight and into this morning, as seen in this close-up GeoColor loop from . Follow the storm via our hurricane tracker:
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Dan Lindsey Sep 1
Replying to @dave_pogo
I rotate them because it looks less weird when up is "above" the storm
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Dan Lindsey Sep 1
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Dan Lindsey Sep 1
Updated close-up of 's eye as it passes over Islands in the - really interesting "ninja star" cloud pattern inside the eye -
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Dan Lindsey Sep 1
Replying to @WeatherMatrix
Probably not this exact imagery, but various websites allow you to overlay images and make one of them partially transparent
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