Applications Library :: Daytime Microphysics RGB for Analysis of Low clouds and Warm-Process Precipitation

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AppLib_1min_NASASPoRT_20170208_DtMicroRGB_AKSE_LowCloud_warmPrecipDescription:
The Daytime Microphysics RGB was used to identify low-level clouds likely precipitating. These clouds were outside of radar coverage and upstream. In addition, cloud types are analyzed for situational awareness to aviation needs.

Title: Daytime Microphysics RGB for Analysis of Low clouds and Warm-Process Precipitation
Time:
 1-minute
Date:  8 February 2017
Region: Alaska Southeast
Author: Edward Liske, Tim Stephen
Product(s): Daytime Microphysics RGB
Application Area: Precipitation, Aviation
Feature: precipitating clouds in radar void region
Instrument(s): ABI, MODIS, VIIRS, AVHRR


 

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