Global GOES EAST water vapor satellite imagery. Low pressure impacting the northeast and mountain west while Florida experiences dry weather and clear skies.
Global GOES EAST satellite imagery on the vernal equinox 2019.
GOES EAST satellite imagery over the continental U.S. Florida covered with clouds and rain.
GOES EAST low level water vapor imagery over the continental U.S. Large coverage of moisture over the Gulf of Mexico will spread eastward over the Florida peninsula.
GOES EAST upper level water vapor satellite imagery over the continental U.S. Large areas of green moving towards the Florida peninsula on this St. Patrick’s Day.
GOES EAST satellite imagery over the continental U.S. The low pressure storm system that produced blizzard conditions and tornadoes is now centered north of the Great Lakes while the cold front stretches across the southeastern U.S. Note the very thin line of clouds known as a rope cloud over the Gulf of Mexico. This line of clouds marks the cold front. This front will be the source of unsettled weather across the Florida peninsula over the coming days.
GOES EAST mid level water vapor imagery over the continental U.S. Deep low pressure system over the Plains and a high pressure ridge over Florida slowly moving eastward.
GOES EAST satellite imagery over the continental U.S. Rapidly deepening low pressure system spreading blizzard conditions, heavy rain, and the potential for severe weather over the central U.S.
GOES EAST satellite imagery over the continental U.S. Texas sees its severe weather potential increase while Florida has a weak cold front outlined by the stable band of clouds over central portions of the peninsula.
GOES EAST low level water vapor satellite imagery over the continental U.S. Florida peninsula remains under the influence high pressure with a weak cold front expected to slide southward over portions of the state during the next 24 hours.