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New Satellite Liaison Blog Post

RAMMB Weekly Update

Bill Line (STAR) published a blog post titled “Colorado Cold Front”. The post provides strategies for leveraging satellite imagery in AWIPS to visualize fronts.  See Figure below. The link to the post can be found here. (POC: B. Line, CoRP/RAMMB, bill.line@noaa.gov) Funding: PDRA

Figure: GOES-East Geocolor+IR blended imagery (from AWIPS) captures clouds, aerosols, and the position of an W-E oriented cold front across eastern Colorado.

GOES 16/17 Daily Loop

Low Pressure System Strengthens in Northwest Pacific
RAMMB-CIRA Satellite Library
GOES-16/17 Loop of the day - History

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The Regional and Mesoscale Meteorology Branch (RAMMB) of NOAA/NESDIS conducts research on the use of satellite data to improve analysis, forecasts and warnings for regional and mesoscale meteorological events. RAMMB is co-located with the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO.