GOES-14 will be in Super Rapid Scan Operations with imagery over the Carolina’s and Virginia’s available today and Monday

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GOES-14 Super Rapid Scan visible satellite imagery from 1441 UTC on 17 August viewed via the CIRA web site.

GOES-14 Super Rapid Scan Operations for GOES-R (SRSOR) began on 14 August and will continue for through 28 August. Super Rapid Scan Operations (SRSO) will provide 1-minute imagery to support multiple research and GOES-R/S user readiness activities. The SRSO domain is usually selected a day or two in advance. The domain schedule along with selected imagery from prior days is available at:  http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/srsor2014/GOES-14_SRSOR.html#sched_and_movies

Regional partners were able to have the SRSO domain centered such that it will include portions of the Carolina’s and Virginia’s today and with an even more favorable location on Monday. This will be a great opportunity to view the data over our region. For the first time, forecasters at WFO Charleston, SC and Raleigh, NC will have access to some of this data in real-time in AWIPS.

Imagery including visible, infrared, and water vapor is available on the web at the links below…

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