Aviation Forecasting RGB Products

This eight minute micro-lesson reviews some specific utilities of the Nighttime Microphysics RGB, the Hybrid LEO/GEO Fog and Low Cloud product, and the VIIRS Day-Night Band RGB relative to Aviation Weather Forecasting. Included are a review of each of the products, as well as examples on their use individually and in tandem to help improve fog and low cloud forecasting for TAFs and other aviation requirements.

Author (s): Kevin Fuell
Language: English
Publication Date: October, 2013
Skill Level: 2 (requires some prior knowledge of topic)
Prerequisites: Base RGB Imagery concepts such as that from UCAR/COMET MetEd site: “Multispectral Satellite Applications: RGB Products Explained”
Completion Time: 8 min
Includes Audio: Yes
Required Plugins: Please see ‘Install Manual’ document below
Recommended Browser: Safari
Categories: Aviation, Multispectral Imagery

Module info:

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(Install Manual)

(Download Module 18 mb)

Quick Guide info:

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(RGB Night-time Microphysics)

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(Day Night Band RGB)

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