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NWS Des Moines Aug 17
Interesting feature on the latest IR image.
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SatBot NorthEast 11h
Daytime Loop for 08.17.2019 - 13 hours - NorthEast GeoColor - 08:00PM EDT -
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Paul Baker Aug 16
Latest Geocolor video produced by moi ;-)
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SatBot Experimental Aug 8
6 hour loop - FullDisk GeoColor - 09:07PM EDT - 08.08.2019 -
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NOAA Satellites Aug 14
Westerly upper-level winds combined w/ dry air and dust from the Sahara Desert, seen by , are suppressing the formation of thunderstorms and any development of tropical waves moving over the Atlantic Ocean, causing a period of relative calm. More:
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NOAA Satellites Aug 9
A lot is happening in this breathtaking view from ! As thin veils of remnant smoke from fires drift south over parts of Bolivia, a fog and low stratus embankment along the high terrain in western Argentina is visible all the way to the Atlantic.
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NWS Des Moines Aug 17
Two hour IR loop (1-minute frames) overlaid with 1-minute cloud-to-ground lightning. MCSs on satellite are a thing of beauty! 🌩️ Not so much for the folks underneath them though.
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William Churchill Aug 16
Cuban convection is a wondrous thing.. gusts of 25-35 knots all along the Keys this evening split window and longwave infrared imagery
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Windy Aug 16
is continuing to see dust from the desert blowing westward over the as well as large amounts of smoke from in the . 🎬
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NOAA Satellites Aug 16
, seen here by , are still rolling through this morning. Though the storms are weakening, they may become more severe tonight. More imagery:
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William Churchill Aug 15
Many rounds of gravity waves in the wake of Cuban outflow across the Straits and South Florida. low-level water vapor imagery
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NWS Bay Area Aug 15
Satellite imagery picking up on the veg fire near South San Jose.
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NOAA Satellites Aug 15
Orographic cirrus clouds (AKA: lee wave clouds), seen by , are being formed by air flowing over the Andes Mountains. More imagery:
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Scott Rudlosky Aug 15
Two views of the same exceptional lightning flash over the eastern Pacific, both the (top) and (bottom) indicate the flash lasted 3.492 sec and stretched over 200 km
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NOAA Satellites Aug 15
A stalled front is expected to bring heavy rain and possible flooding to parts of Florida and the Southeast coast as it interacts with tropical moisture. Here, spied storm clouds bubbling up off the coast as the sun rises. More imagery:
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William Churchill Aug 14
Replying to @GISRockstar
Finally the unique shortwave infrared band also captured a hot spot signature associated with lava from the eruptions.
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William Churchill Aug 14
caught periodic eruptions of Popocatépetl (southeast of Mexico City) today as cloud cover cleared and allowed an unobstructed view. Largest of which was seen this evening by the dust RGB, utilizing several infrared channel differences. h/t
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NOAA Satellites Aug 14
Replying to @NOAASatellites
Here's another view of the Saharan dust blowing across the Atlantic, courtesy of .
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NOAA Satellites Aug 14
NOAA's watched as severe storms, some of which produced tornadoes, rolled across eastern Colorado on Tuesday. This "sandwich loop" is a combination of infrared and visible imagery. More imagery:
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NOAA Satellites Aug 13
Severe storms are already firing up along the Colorado-Nebraska border, as seen here by . Large hail, strong gusts and isolated tornadoes remain possible this afternoon. More imagery:
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