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By: Bogon , 4:54 PM GMT on October 30, 2016
NOAA Geostationary Satellite Server
Northern Hemisphere Rainbow Composite
The National Center for Atmospheric Research
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Cooperative Institute for Meteororological Satellite Studies
Morphed Integrated Microwave Imagery at CIMSS (MIMIC), version 2
Total Precipitable Water - North America, Last 24 Hours
GFS 72 Hour Forecast: Mean Sea Level Pressure, 6-Hour Precipitation and 1000-850 MB Thickness
NOAA Satellite and Information Service
Office of Satellite and Product Operations
Satellite Products and Services Division
Western Europe from EUMETSAT
US National Ice Center — Naval Ice Center
Northern Hemisphere Snow & Ice
500 hPa Height Anomalies
TRMM rain rates (shaded) overlaid with 200 hPa Velocity Potential Anomalies
Negative anomalies (divergence) are cool-colored contours;
positive anomalies (convergence) are warm-colored contours.
Forty Day Wheeler & Hendon Phase Chart
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