** NOAA Hurricane Tracking and Forecast Data **
* 8-hour NOAA/NHC Satellite Imagery
* 5-day Hurricane Forecast
* 5-day Tropical Storm Outlook (Pacific)
* 5-day Tropical Storm Outlook (Atlantic)
By far the fastest, most convenient way to access National Hurricane Center data. The app displays 8-hour satellite imagery animations, allowing you to track the storm using the most recent observations. There are 10 filters in total, letting you view the storm from unique perspectives.
- Shortwave IR
- Water Vapor
More satellite filter details below:
-- Visible --
Imagery in the visible spectrum in black and white. Visible only works in daylight, and this image transitions to IR overnight.
-- Shortwave IR --
Shortwave, sometimes considered night visible is taken in the infrared band of light and show relative warmth of objects.
-- Water Vapor --
This image is taken using a wavelength sensitive to the content of water vapor in the atmosphere.
-- AVN --
Shows cloud temperature in aviation colors.
-- Dvorak --
Enhanced infrared, indications of continued development and/or weakening can also be found in the cloud features.
-- JSL --
Developed by Jim Lynch. Used to bring out low level and high level clouds in tropical cyclones.
-- Funktop --
Created by Ted Funk and emphasizes intense areas of precipitation.
-- Rainbow --
Shows cloud temperature with the entire visible specturm.
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