Monthly Archives: August 2021

ALPW analysis for the 21 August 2021 flood event in central Tennessee

By Sheldon Kusselson and Dan Bikos The following shows the Advected Layer Precipitable Water (ALPW) product just prior to the significant flood event in central Tennessee on 21 August 2021: ALPW animation

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How far north can we see sun glint in GOES satellite imagery?

By Bernie Connell and Erin Sanders Sun glint is an optical phenomenon that can be seen in visible and near-IR satellite imagery over water features such as ocean, lakes, and rivers.  Its presence depends on the geometry between Sun, Earth, … Continue reading

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