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NASA: Using satellites to spot hail damage

NASA’s Earth Observatory blog has a really interesting picture of hail damage from satellites today from a storm that hit in South Dakota.  I think you will be amazed at the damage that is visible even from far above the ground. You can read about it and see images at https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=90592.
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What’s a green flash?

Those of you who like weather pictures and knowing about unusual weather phenomena probably already know what a “green flash” is, but for those who don’t, a green flash is an optical phenomenon that occurs at sunset when the setting sun may momentarily look green due to the refraction of…
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IMAGE: Thunderstorms cast long shadows over Florida

Jordan McLeod of the Southeast Regional Climate Center shared this spectacular photo from NWS Melbourne’s Facebook page showing GOES-16’s imagery of long shadows cast by thunderstorms off Florida’s east coast just after sunrise. Amazing! Here’s the text that went with it: Offshore showers and storms cast long shadows across the…
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