You can see the snow on visible satellite!

Last Updated 2 years by Devontae Jackson

Image courses of NOAA via The Washington Post.

Visible satellite is good at showing us clouds, like the eye of a hurricane. For instance, remember this photo above. The photo above was the eye of typhoon Yutu. Yutu made landfall in the U.S. territory of the Northern Mariana Islands back in October of 2018.

Visible Satellite – Image courtesy of COD Meteorology/The College of Dupage.

Now if you look above at the most recent satellite image from today. Look towards northern Illinois and eastern Iowa. You will see clouds, but then you will see something white that is not moving. This is snow that fell this past week in that area.

Author: Devontae Jackson

Hello everyone, I am the founder of The Greater Dayton Weather Post! I am a learning meteorologist, weather enthusiast, and weather photographer! I currently attend The Ohio State University! Majoring in Atmospheric Science! Class of 2023! So, I update the blog whenever I have the time and I hope you enjoy the content!

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