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GPM Observes Hot Towers in Florida Storms
At 9:26pm on Sunday April 19, 2020, NASA's GPM satellite observed an extremely vigorous convective storm cell embedded within a squall line that had produced tornadoes earlier that evening along the US Gulf Coast. NASA's GPM satellite flew over the portion of this squall line that extended over the Atlantic Ocean, 350 miles (500 kilometers) east of Florida's Coast. The Dual-Frequency Precipitation Radar (DPR) observed a storm cell whose updrafts were strong enough to lift small ice...
GPM Captures Monsoon Rains Bringing Flooding to India
The summer monsoon is a regular feature this time of year in India, and it can bring heavy rains to the region.  However, periodically areas...

 

View Fullscreen in STORM Event Viewer Avoiding Kyushu, Typhoon Soulik instead barrelled toward the Northern Ryukyu islands, with the '...

 

GPM Views Hurricane Lane Approaching Hawaii
View Fullscreen in STORM Event Viewer Direct strikes on Hawaii by tropical cyclones are relatively rare, but Hurricane Lane is poised to...

 

Powerful Hurricane LANE Probed By GPM Satellite
Hurricane LANE had moved westward into the central Pacific Ocean far southeast of the Hawaiian islands when the GPM core observatory satellite...

 

Intensifying Hurricane Lane Examined by GPM Satellite
View fullscreen in STORM Event Viewer Heavy rainfall and towering cloud heights were the findings when Hurricane Lane was scanned by the...

 

Subtropical Depression FIVE Observed By GPM
Subtropical Depression FIVE formed in the central Atlantic Ocean early today. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) classified it as subtropical. It is...

 

NASA's IMERG Estimates Of Rainfall Over The Eastern United States
Most of the Eastern half of the United States had rainfall during the past week. Some parts of the country experienced heavy rainfall that resulted...

 

GPM Passes Over Weakening Hurricane JOHN
The GPM core observatory satellite provided very good coverage of hurricane JOHN when it passed above the eye of the tropical cyclone on August 8,...

 

GPM Passes Over Weakening Hurricane JOHN
The GPM core observatory satellite provided very good coverage of hurricane JOHN when it passed above the eye of the tropical cyclone on August 8,...

 

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