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Snow Over the Eastern U.S.

Image captured on Feb 14, 2024, by the VIIRS instrument aboard the joint NASA/NOAA NOAA-20 satellite.

This embedded map shows before and after false color (M3-I3-M11) corrected reflectance images of snowfall over the Eastern U.S. from a Nor'easter on February 13, 2024. These images were acquired by the Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) aboard the joint NASA/NOAA NOAA-20 satellite.

Swipe the bar back and forth to see the absence of snow on February 6 on the left (A side) and the presence of snow, shown in red, on the right (B side). Clouds are white and in shades of pink.

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