GOES EAST GeoColor satellite imagery over Florida. Easterly flow continues across the peninsula as seen by the cumulus clouds. Slight increase in moisture will result in a slight increase in cumulus cloud coverage with an isolated shower possible, mainly over south central and southwestern portions of the state.
GOES EAST GeoColor satellite imagery over Florida. Low level easterly winds across the peninsula can be seen by the east to west movement off the cumulus clouds ands off the east coast. Upper level winds are from the northwest as evident of the thin cirrus over the southeast U.S. and thunderstorm anvil clouds between Florida and the Bahamas.
Happy Earth Day 2019! Credit: NOAA
GOES EAST GeoColor satellite imagery over Florida. Beautiful Easter Sunday statewide.
GOES EAST GeoColor satellite imagery over Florida. Cold front has pushed the clouds and rain off the east coast of the peninsula leaving mainly clear to partly cloudy skies over the state. Energy aloft and surface heating will generate a more clouds during the afternoon with an isolated shower or two possible. No lightning expected.
Be sure to keep up with the incoming severe weather. Image Credit: NOAA
GOES EAST GeoColor satellite imagery over Florida. Squall line severe thunderstorms over the Gulf of Mexico to impact the peninsula. Ahead of the main line additional, more isolated in nature, severe thunderstorms will develop over land areas currently under cloud free conditions. Image Credit: NOAA
GOES EAST GeoColor satellite imagery over Florida. Cloud movement showing good wind directional shear. Low level clouds showing a south-southeast wind while higher level clouds showing from winds from the southwest.
Global GOES East low level water vapor imagery. Even from this perspective the bright orange color indicates warm and dry conditions over the Florida Peninsula. Image Credit: NOAA
GOES EAST GeoColor satellite imagery over Florida. Upper level disturbance along the Gulf Coast, Florida atmospheric instability and sea breezes leading to shower and thunderstorm development.