VISIT is a joint effort involving NOAA-NESDIS Cooperative Institutes, the National Environmental Satellite Data and Information Service (NESDIS), and the National Weather Service (NWS). The primary mission of VISIT is to accelerate the transfer of research results based on atmospheric remote sensing data into NWS operations using distance education techniques.
These are VISIT training sessions that have debuted within the last 2 years.
GOES Blowing Snow Detection (December 2020)
Storm Signatures Observed in Satellite Imagery (March 2020)
JPSS/GOES Fire Monitoring Capabilities (March 2020)
Above Anvil Cirrus Plumes (March 2020)
Integrating GOES Into Mesoanalysis (January 2020)
VIIRS NCC Imagery in AWIPS (December 2019)
GOES-17 Loop Heat Pipe and Predictive Calibration (June 2019)
Severe Weather Applications of the GOES Split Window Difference Product (June 2019)
NOAA/CIMSS ProbSevere Product version 2 (UPDATED: June 2019)
Tracking the Elevated Mixed Layer with a new GOES-R Water Vapor Band (UPDATED: April 2019)