This week’s satellite image is a view of the sky over Texas a few days ago. I liked this image as it shows a few stronger thunderstorm cells embedded in a Mesoscale Convective System (MCS). Often, a large storm system like this will contain a rotating cell or two that can produce tornadoes. These tornadoes are often harder to find than those associated with discrete supercells.
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Source: College of DuPage – SATRAD