NASA infrared data reveals Tropical Storm Emilia is strengthening

IMAGE: OnJune 28 at 4: 59 p.m. EDT (2059 UTC) the AIRS instrument aboard NASA’s Aqua satellite revealed effective storms with really cold cloud leading temperature levels (purple) in... Read more »

NASA’s IMERG examines flooding in southern Texas from tropical disturbance

IMAGE: IMERG information reveals severe flooding in parts of Texas from low pressure tropicaldisturbance IMERG approximates showed that the heaviest rains took place in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico... Read more »

Infrared NASA imagery shows Hurricane Aletta strengthening

IMAGE: NASA’s Aqua satellite passed over Hurricane Aletta on June 7 at 4: 41 p.m. EDT (2041 UTC) and saw coldest cloud leading temperature levels (purple) around the center... Read more »

NASA’s Aqua satellite sees formation of Tropical Storm Maliksi

IMAGE: Aqua recorded an image of Tropical Storm Maliksi on June 8 that revealed the blood circulation center over open waters of the PhilippineSea Bands of thunderstorms circling around... Read more »

UAV aircrafts provide new insights into the formation of the smallest particles in Arctic

IMAGE: This is the unmanned plane ALADINA in front of Mount Zeppelin near Ny- Ålesund. view more  Credit: Konrad Bärfuss, TU Braunschweig Ny- Ålesund (Spitsbergen). Investigations of the environment... Read more »

NASA and NOAA satellites track Alberto in the US south

IMAGE: NASA’s Aqua satellite recorded an infrared picture of Subtropical Depression Alberto on May 29 at 4: 15 a.m. EDT (0815 UTC) revealed greatest storms in 3 locations circling... Read more »

NASA satellites provide a 3-way analysis of Tropical Cyclone Mekun

Hurricane Mekunu, the 2nd cyclone in less than a week, formed in the western Arabian Sea early on May 22, 2018 and is approaching a landfall in Oman. NASA... Read more »

NASA sees Tropical Cyclone Sagar’s landfall

IMAGE: On May 19, NASA’s Terra satellite revealed a couple of extremely effective thunderstorms (yellow) northwest of the center where cloud leading temperature levels were as cold as minus... Read more »

Once upon a time in a thunderstorm

IMAGE: Upper climatic phenomena powered by thunderstorms, consisting of terrestrial Gamma Ray Flashes and Short-term Luminescent Emissions (TLEs), electrical discharges that consist of blue glances at the top of... Read more »

NASA’s GPM shows rainfall southeast of sheared Tropical Cyclone Iris

Wind shear has actually been impacting Cyclone Iris as it remains off the coast of eastern Queensland. The Worldwide Rainfall Measurement (GPM) objective core satellite observed how northern wind... Read more »