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Published on Sep 5, 2015
This first installment of the JCMDI 2015-2016 El-Nino weather season timelapses begins with a series of 2800+ infra-red images of Earth's northern hemisphere, centered over the United States. The process is intended to show water vapor in Earth's atmosphere, and weather patterns as the summer progresses. The darker areas are more dry where lighter areas contain more moisture. The warmer waters of the Pacific El-Nino event are generally concentrated along the west coast of the Americas, and westward along the equator (but are not visible in these images, which only show atmospheric moisture).
The historical data for this season thus far doesn't look like there will be any guarantee of extra rainfall, although we can certainly keep our fingers crossed. See the data chart on my website here: http://jcmdi.com/freephotos/El%20Nino...
The soundtrack is "Thin Atmosphere" from the "Mission Control" CD by Technician (yours truly), MP3 album and single track available on iTunes at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/mis... full artist discography and CDs available at HTTP://technician.jcmdi.com
Time lapse sequence made from original Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) still images, courtesy of NOAA.GOV (public domain data).
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