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GOES-East Mesoscale view - Day Cloud Phase at 39°N - 93°W - Cooper County, MO

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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1100 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1100 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1101 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1105 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1106 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1107 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1111 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1114 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1116 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1116 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1117 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1117 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1119 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1120 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1121 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1122 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1124 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1126 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1126 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1128 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1129 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1130 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1131 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1131 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1132 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1132 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1137 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1137 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1138 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1138 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1141 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1141 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1144 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1144 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1148 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1148 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1149 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1149 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1150 UTC
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Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1155 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1158 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1158 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1159 UTC
Day Cloud Phase - RGB for evaluating phase of cooling cloud tops - 06 Jul 2022 - 1159 UTC
 

About Day Cloud Phase

This RGB is used to evaluate the phase of cooling cloud tops to monitor convective initiation, storm growth, and decay. It can also be used to identify snow on the ground. The Day Cloud Phase Distinction RGB takes advantage of cloud reflectance differences between the visible and near infrared channels and temperature variances between land and clouds in the infrared to provide increased contrast between background surfaces and phases of clouds (i.e., water vs. ice). Due to its reliance on visible bands 2 and 5, it is onlyusable during daylight hours. This RGB composite was developed by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) for Himawari-8. Interpretation is still under investigation.

• For more details, see the Day Cloud Phase Product Guide, (PDF, 757 KB)