Satellite Image of the Week #32

This week’s satellite image shows a few pockets of deeper convection over Kentucky and Tennessee.  These pockets could be areas of stronger heating, or they could be a result of upslope flow into the Appalachian Mountains.  It could be that these are near the southern and eastern facing slopes (that have had more exposure to diurnal heating).

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Source:  College of DuPage – Meteorology

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