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19 Jan 2018 - 06:39 EST
19 Jan 2018 - 11:39 UTC

GOES-East CONUS View - Band 14

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Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 18 Jan 2018 - 2327 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 18 Jan 2018 - 2332 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 18 Jan 2018 - 2337 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 18 Jan 2018 - 2342 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 18 Jan 2018 - 2347 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 18 Jan 2018 - 2352 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 18 Jan 2018 - 2357 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0002 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0007 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0012 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0017 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0022 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0027 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0032 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0037 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0042 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0047 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0052 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0057 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0102 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0107 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0112 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0117 UTC
Band 14 - 11.2 µm - Longwave Window - IR - 19 Jan 2018 - 0122 UTC
legend for GOES-East color-enhanced channels 7 and 11-16
 

About Band 14

11.2 µm - IR Longwave Window Band - 2 km resolution - the traditional longwave infrared window band, is used to diagnose discrete clouds and organized features for general weather forecasting, analysis, and broadcasting applications. Observations from this IR window channel characterize atmospheric processes associated with extratropical cyclones and also in single thunderstorms and convective complexes.

• For more details, see the ABI Bands Quick Information Guides, (PDF, 958 KB).

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