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Archive: Mar 2021

1984: Carolinas Tornado Outbreak

NOAA’s GOES-5 VISSR view of a historical outbreak in the Carolina’s in 1984. March 28th and 29th, 1984 saw one of the most destructive tornado events in the history of North and South Carolina. Infrared Loop:The coldest clouds appear as darker shades of red. A regional scale IR loop. Visible Loop:A... Read More

Flooding in Tennessee

GOES-16 (GOES-East) “Clean” Infrared Window (10.35 µm) images centered on Nashville (above) displayed multiple clusters of thunderstorms that moved across Tennessee during the 27 March – 28 March 2021. The coldest overshooting top infrared brightness temperatures were in the -70 to -79C range. Precipitation ended and clouds cleared as a... Read More