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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #39

This week, I chose an image over the Caribbean a few days ago. This image shows Hurricane Fiona after it strengthened and headed north. It flooded parts of Puerto Rico before heading north to wreak havoc on the Maritime Provinces … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #38

This week, I chose an image over the Caribbean this morning. This image shows Tropical Storm Fiona as it passes just south of Puerto Rico. You can see the spiral bands, but no well-defined eye. Even so, this will lead … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #37

This week, I am running a little behind. I captured am image over the Midwest this afternoon. This image shows a mid-latitude cyclone as it sweeps across the Midwest. The cold front has likely caught up to the warm front … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #36

This week, I chose an image over the Pacific Northwest This image was taken right at dusk. You can see the default satellite image switching from visible to infrared as the United States slips into nightfall. Out over the open … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #35

This week, I chose an image over South Carolina. In this image, there has been a rapid development of a cumulus field. In just a few frames, the skies went from clear and sunny to a densely-packed cumulus field, indicating … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #34

This week, I chose an image over the mid-Atlantic. In this image, we have a few convective pockets in a convective complex over Virginia. A few storms blew up along the Appalachian Mountains, but quickly morphed into this giant mess. … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #32

This week, I chose an image over Texas on Friday evening. In this image, you can see a few late afternoon thunderstorms firing along a very long boundary. With them firing this late, they will quickly run out of fuel. … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #31

This week, I am running behind on everything, again, but I did find a satellite image I liked. In this image, you can see the developing cumulus clouds over the state of Michigan. Why did I pick this image? It … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #30

This week, I am running behind on everything. Instead of posting last week, I instead took an image from the Mid-Atlantic today. In this image, you can see the open cell convection over the Atlantic. There is also a small … Continue reading

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