Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #33

This week, I chose an image over Atlantic this morning.

In this image, there is some disorganized convection over the early morning Atlantic Ocean. There doesn’t seem to be a pattern other than perhaps a frontal boundary running roughly southwest to northeast. Judging by the loop, the front is relatively stationary, as overnight convection was happening in this region, but then intensified as soon as the sun started shining on it.

I mostly liked the long shadows cast by these storms at the shallow sun angles.

Source:
College of DuPage – SATRAD

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