Beginner's Guide to GOES-R Series Data Resources compiled by Danielle Losos, GOES-R Product Readiness and Operations
Level 2 -- Derived Products, etc.
NOAA CLASS Products Archive Cloud properites, SST, TPW, etc (ACHA for cloud heights) (GOES-16) Product Quality info
NOAA NCEI's Archive Information Request System (AIRS) Clouds (ACHA for cloud heights, LST, SST, TPW, etc (GOES-16 and GOES-17)
GOES-R Series Level 2 Data in the NOAA Big Data Project (including derived products)
GOES-R Series Cloud Product Evaluation (GOES-16/17 and other sensors) and RealEarth
"Soundings" Validation Tool TPW, stability parameters, etc (GOES-16: provisional; GOES-17: beta stage)
NOAA/CIMSS Volcanic Cloud Monitoring Web Portal Both LEO and GEO imagery (research)
NOAA/CIMSS ProbSevere: a statistical model that predicts the probability that a storm will produce severe weather in the near-term (research)
Aerosol Watch from NOAA STAR
GOES-16 or -17 Derived winds from NOAA STAR
Fires viewer from @blaylockbk
Amazon AWS (and OCC) GOES-16 or -17 Level 2 data fetcher from @blaylockbk
CIMSS experimental turbulence product
Weather and Climate Toolkit (WCT) from NOAA/NCEI to view L2 products.
JMA's AHI (Western Pacific, Eastern Asia, Australia, etc.) Imagery
AHI links including RGB quick guides
KMA's AMI (Western Pacific, Eastern Asia, Australia, etc.) Imagery and Products
Imagery and RGB composites from the AMI on GK2A operated by KMA
Derived products (Stability/Rainfall, clouds, land/sea surface, Aerosol/AMV, aviation, radiation) from the AMI on GK2A operated by KMA
For a similar page for JPSS, created and maintainted by Scott Lindstrom, UW-Madison SSEC. Or a weather page by Robert Rabin, NSSL, including Alaska, Baffin Island and NW coast of Hudson Bay.
Note that GOES-16 imagery is operational as of December 18, 2017 from the East position. GOES-17 is operational as of Feb 12, 2019. While derived from operational satellites, the data, products, and imagery available on these websites are intended for informational purposes only. Neither the websites nor the data displayed herein are considered operational, and should not be used to support operational observation, forecasting, emergency, or other disaster mitigation or response operations, either public or private.
The upkeep of these links by Tim Schmit is a best effort basis only. Mostly only links for free imagery/software are included. A similar GOES resource page, curated by NOAA NESDIS STAR.
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