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Category: Fog detection

There GOES a Review of 2022

It’s very hard to choose just one event from every month of the year, but the goal is to show the range of phenomena and locations that NOAA‘s GOES ABI routinely monitors, in this case during 2022. Most loops generated are from the University of Wisconsin-Madison CIMSS Satellite Blog, which... Read More

Lake effect cloud plume in northeastern Montana

GOES-16 (GOES-East) Nighttime Microphysics RGB and Day Snow-Fog RGB images (above) showed a lake effect fog/stratus plume that was meandering slowly northward from the still-unfrozen Fort Peck Lake in northeastern Montana (just south of Glasgow) on 08 December 2022.During the hours leading up to sunrise, GOES-16 Nighttime Microphysics RGB images with an overlay of the GOES-16 Cloud Top Phase derived... Read More