Tag Archives: KYWX

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 … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week #26

This week’s satellite image shows a really healthy cumulus field over the midwest.  I like this photo because it shows the cumulus field at the transition between simple cumulus and developing storms, particularly over northwestern Pennsylvania. Thank you for reading … Continue reading

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West Virginia to Missouri Weather: 6/17/17

Today will be a long travel day, as we will drive from Huntington, WV, to Joplin, MO. This morning has been mild, still and mostly clear as the fog mixes out.  Here is the only photo I could take down … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week #1

This week’s satellite image is from this morning over New Mexico.  While there are some clouds, I call your attention to the bands that run west to east through the eastern part of the state into Texas.  These are actually … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week #53

This week’s satellite image is from a few days ago over the Mid-Atlantic Region.  This image shows clouds over the Appalachians.  At first glance, you may suspect a mountain-wave pattern, based on the periodic nature of these clouds and their proximity to … Continue reading

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