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GOES16 Sat. – Visible Satellite (Air mass) – Courtesy of COD Meteorology/the College of Dupage

Above is a look at, not only visible satellite, but. It is also a look at the air masses across the United States. The cooler colors like blue and purple represent cooler air masses. The warmer colors like green and orange represent warmer air masses.

Red happens to represent areas of the jet stream, PV, dry upper levels, and deformations zones, that’s just the basic.


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