articles tagged "Visual Satellite image"

Hardware of Death Tracking Killer Storms

Wednesday, 20 November 2013 | buzz

On November 8, Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in the Philippines, bringing it with it winds up to 230 miles per hour, and a storm surge over 13 feet high. The death toll in the Philippines is expected to reach over 2,300, with millions displaced from their homes. Typhoon Haiyan comes hot on the heels of other mega storms, like Hurricanes Sandy and Katrina. We may not be able to prevent such storms, but what if we had more time to be able to get people out of harm’s way? The University of Wisconsin’s Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies is at the center of the effort to track and predict where such storms go and when they will land. Derrick [...] more »

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Monday, 18 March 2013 | Weather
Infrared Satellite view of Upper Midwest

Sunday, March 24, 2013. We’re still in the process of getting this page organized — thanks for bearing with us. One constant is likely to be the graphics that I regularly refer to in the Monday morning (10 AM) and Wednesday evening (6:30 PM) weather reports. At right is an infra-red / visual image of the upper Midwest. Click to see the animation. It is a live link, updating roughly every 15 minutes, and switches between IR and visual at sunrise and sunset. Once you’ve clicked into it you can set the length of the loop in the upper left and control the replay speed and level of zoom in the menu bar at the top. Here is a link [...] more »

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