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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #23

This week, I chose a small video over Texas from my storm chasing trip. Thanks to Kathryn Prociv for catching this and sending it to me! Notice the boundary fleeing south, leaving behind the deeper cloud cover to the north. … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #22

This week, I chose an image over Nebraska. I am running late with my post, so it’s not exactly from last week, though I will post another one from this week on Saturday as well. Look at the narrow knife … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #21

This week, I chose an image over New Mexico earlier this week. In this true color image, you can see several large plumes of smoke that are covering the skies over central New Mexico. The southernmost one is southwest of … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #20

This week, I chose an image over Kansas this afternoon. A few storms are firing along the dryline in Kansas. They will likely not produce tornadoes, though they could reach severe limits. You can see the dry air (cloudless) skies … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #19

This week, I chose an image over Oklahoma a few days ago. This week, there was severe weather off and on over Oklahoma. In this case, you can see several strong cells over northern Oklahoma, a flanking line stretching to … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #18

This week, I chose an image over Texas yesterday morning. I’m running a little behind with my posting, but that was because I have spent some time assessing the severe threat today. Check out the sweeping cold front running through … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #17

This week, I chose to go with two images again. Don’t get used to me picking two images each week. The top image is a true color satellite image over New Mexico, taken Friday afternoon. I have circled in red … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #16

This week, I couldn’t decide, so I picked two images of the week. There was too much going on to miss out on either image. The first image is of a lone supercell that formed over Texas. There was a … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #15

This week’s image was taken this morning over the Midwest. Notice the small boundary over Illinois, where there is a thin line of clouds. This is a boundary of some sort. Today, it is likely inconsequential, being in the wake … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2022 #14

This week’s image was taken this afternoon over Alaska. I liked this image, just because Alaska is neat. You can see the snow on the higher elevations, including those along the Aleutian Islands. Farther north, there is more snow-covered tundra. … Continue reading

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