Satellite Weather Radar Description:
View recent weather satellite imagery loops from the NASA Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES).
This app includes recent infrared, visible, and water vapor imagery.
This app is especially good for seeing fronts, tropical storms, and hurricanes well before they arrive.
New data frames come once every 15-minutes, usually, and are added onto the end of the animations automatically.
These loops are optimized for quick load times and low mobile data use. All loops are ~ 1 MB in size.
Please scroll the images side-to-side to see everything available.
For infrared maps, gray represents relatively warm temperatures, blues cooler, and red indicates clouds that are the coldest, tallest, and most likely to produce rain.
Currently available imagery loops:
1. East - CONUS (Continental United States)
2. East - North Hemisphere
3. East - Caribbean and West Atlantic Hurricane Region
4. West - Pacific Ocean
5. Global Weather Satellite Composite (note non-North/South American data is only available once every six hours, due to international agreement).
Image timestamps are displayed in UTC.
This app is not affiliated with NASA.
Satellite Weather Radar Require:
Require Android 4.2 and up
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