GOES-14 will be in Super Rapid Scan Operations with imagery over the Carolina’s and Virginia’s Today (5/21)

GOES-14 Super Rapid Scan visible satellite imagery from 1336 UTC on 21 May viewed via the CIRA web site.

GOES-14 Super Rapid Scan visible satellite imagery from 1336 UTC on 21 May viewed via the CIRA web site.

GOES-14 Super Rapid Scan Operations for GOES-R (SRSOR) began on 14 May and will continue for through 12 June, 2015. 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/srsor2015/GOES-14_SRSOR.html#sched_and_movies  Additional background information including training and links to online imagery is available at: http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/srsor2015/GOES-14_SRSOR.html

This will be a great opportunity to view the data over our region. NWS forecasters will be able to view 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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