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Interpreting Infrared Satellite Image Data

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Martin Mc Kenna
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« on: October 10, 2009, 11:18:29 pm »

No problem Andy, and thanks for the image. If I saw that image I would think it would be a poor night for observing from the abundance of high level cloud from the weak warm front and the suggestions of mid or low level cloud (darker areas). A few gaps may well open up but it wouldn't be a good night all round.

The link is a basic one but I'm sure there's much better information out there.

I think Sat 24 is the best around. Don't trust Metcheck though - in my opinion it's rubbish, I wouldn't even look at their website.  Smiley

Hope this helps.
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