GWCC Global Imagery Archive
A stunning GOES-West view of the remnants of Typhoon Hagibis approaching Alaska this morning. There is also a projection for hurricane-force winds and 50-foot waves in the Bering Sea as this system heads towards in the direction of Russia.
A view of the U.S. Northern Plains blizzard finally weakening and Tropical Storm Melissa just offshore from the U.S. Northeast Coast on the morning of 10/12/2019.
A great view of Subtropical Storm Melissa forming off the Northeast U.S. overnight and into Friday (10/11/2019) morning.
A closer look at the eye of Super Typhoon Hagibis on the evening of Oct. 9th! Note the near-perfect symmetry of this roughly 50-mile wide eye!
Catching the sun rising over Super Typhoon Hagibis on October 8th with a classic "stadium" eye.
Part of the rapid intensification which has unfolded with Super Typhoon Hagibis. Perfect outflow structure and impressive convective symmetry with this tropical cyclone.
A true inner core explosion with Typhoon Hagibis over the past 12 hours or so. Much more intensification still anticipated and note the majestic transverse banding unfolding now indicating a VERY well-ventilated tropical cyclone.
Convection firing around the northern half of a swirling surface low east-northeast of the Bahamas earlier today. This tropical disturbance is not expected to become a legitimate tropical threat in the coming days.
Some mountain wave action across eastern Idaho and western Wyoming. This mountain wave activity was chiefly induced by return flow behind the recent late September snowstorm which blanketed parts of the inter-mountain west..
A zoomed-in view of what was Category 2 Hurricane Lorenzo spinning towards the Azores in the northeast Atlantic Ocean on Monday (9/30/2019) afternoon and evening.
A wide-angle overview of some lightning activity observed with Major Hurricane Lorenzo as it was approaching peak intensity (18:20 UTC Sept. 26 - 03:00 UTC Sept 27)
Increasing lightning activity with Tropical Storm Karen (16:10 - 20:00 UTC September 24th)
A look back at some lightning with in Hurricane Juliette in the Eastern Pacific Ocean (2:10 - 7:50 UTC September 3rd)