Hurricane Sandy: Latest images, including entire earth

Hurricane Sandy – lots of fresh images.

God I love this stuff. See image below, and more images below that. These are real-time images, meaning they’re as close to “now” as you can get:

Image of the entire earth, with Hurricane Sandy, courtesy of NOAA.

Image of the entire earth, with Hurricane Sandy, courtesy of NOAA.

The entire US with Hurricane Sandy, courtesy of NOAA.

The entire US with Hurricane Sandy, courtesy of NOAA.

And here’s a cool shot of “total precipitable water” (from what I can figure out, this seems to be how much water is in the air, but I think it means more than just “humidity”). You can see what clearly must be Hurricane Sandy off of Florida.

Total Precipitable Water and Hurricane Sandy, from NOAA.

Total Precipitable Water and Hurricane Sandy, from NOAA.

Here’s Chris’ earlier post looking at more cool photos of the Hurricane Sandy.


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