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US Current Weather Map

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How to read the US Satellite Weather Map?

The satellite image below is taken by a weather satellite located 22,300 miles above the Earth. It shows current cloud cover with the white and grey areas representing cloud cover. This map is useful in tracking the movement of storm systems, particularly where radar data is not available.

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North America Satellite Weather Map

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How to read the North America Satellite Weather Map?

The satellite image below is taken by a weather satellite located 22,300 miles above the Earth. It shows current cloud cover with the white and grey areas representing cloud cover. This map is useful in tracking the movement of storm systems, particularly where radar data is not available.

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US Satellite Weather Map

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How to read the US Satellite Weather Map?

The satellite image below is taken by a weather satellite located 22,300 miles above the Earth. It shows current cloud cover with the white and grey areas representing cloud cover. This map is useful in tracking the movement of storm systems, particularly where radar data is not available.

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Use this page to... Get up-to-date minute weather information for U.S. and Canada, including current conditions, surface, radar and satellite maps.

US Radar Weather Map

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How to read the US Radar Weather Map?

This map shows the location and intensity of precipitation in the United States. The color of the precipitation corresponds to the rate at which it is falling. Local, regional, and national radars are now updated in real time with the latest data every 15 minutes.

Located at the top of the map, the key shows how the color of any radar-detected precipitation relates to the intensity of the precipitation. Colors on the left part of the key (green) correspond to lighter precipitation; colors on the right part of the key (yellow, orange, and red) correspond to heavier precipitation.

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