Satellite Image of the Week: #16

This week’s satellite image was taken this morning over Texas. This image shows a thin line of convection, where a dryline and a cold front were colinear over the Texas Panhandle. This often leads to squall lines as a preferred storm morphology over supercells, as the cold front provides a strong mechanical forcing mechanism for convective development.

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Satellite Imagery comes from: NASA MSFC Earth Sciences Office


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This blog is about my tales in storm chasing. My name is Seth Price and I am an instrumentation instructor at New Mexico Tech. My amateur radio call sign is N3MRA.
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