GOES-16 Case Exercise: 8 May 2017 Colorado Hail Event

GOES-16 Case Exercise: 8 May 2017 Colorado Hail Event
twshesky@yahoo.com 2018-01-09 19:19:29

I had a little trouble identifying some features like cumulus cloud streets at the beginning. I know you guys showed examples, but some more verbal pointers would have been helpful as well. Otherwise, it was a good exercise.
Julie.Arthur 2018-01-07 21:12:56

A great review on using satellite for convective interpretation! And this lesson really pointed out the advantages of GOES-16 over older satellite technology.
BRCinWX 2018-01-01 13:44:50

This lesson product provides very relevant and enlightened understanding of the vast GOES-16 improvements with both frequency of observations and imagery resolutions (both visible and infrared). While I'm sure we all expected the data products to improve immensely, this lesson package permits the 'player' to compare and contrast with a wonderful real-time weather event.
Stealth Vorticity 2017-12-21 10:27:14

Clearly displays the operational enhancements that GOES-16 (R) provides in comparison with "legacy" GOES satellites. A "must review" for anyone involved in convective forecasting.
frankstrait 2017-12-07 20:27:07

I found the lesson informative and that I didn't know quite as much as I thought I did about convective signatures in satellite imagery.It doesn't really matter much to the lesson but was the GOES-16 imagery presented parallax corrected? Features on it appeared in a different spot than in the GOES-15 imagery that was parallax corrected and that threw me off a little.
JENJACKSON77 2017-12-02 04:49:31

Excellent information
k6vhf 2017-12-01 08:01:03

Help me a lot to understand. Well done course! Thanks.
CeMa 2017-11-30 08:58:04

fpena123 2017-11-21 11:52:50

Very informative.
manofmet 2017-11-18 13:12:23

Great module! I would like to see more case example modules with GOES-16 in the future.
shaggy073077 2017-11-11 05:16:38

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