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NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS) Collection
Catalog of Images

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Puffy clouds seen through a bare autumn tree.
2012 November 30
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A radial ice pattern with leaves frozen in.
2014 November 18
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Looking down on a frozen pond that is reflecting trees on the unfrozen right side. Interlocking large lineal crystals form the ice surface.
2016 February 16
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Light snow falling on a winter day.
2015 January 6
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A light snow blanketing a small evergreen.
2015 January 21
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Dead flowers of a mimosa tree suffering culture shock on a snowy day.
2015 January 21
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Sawtooth ice pattern reflecting up and down of tidal waters.
2015 February 15
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Sawtooth ice pattern reflecting up and down of tidal waters.
2015 February 15
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Ice along the shore of the Patuxent River.
2015 February 15
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An oyster boat working the icy Patuxent River on a cold winter day.
2015 February 27
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An oyster boat working the icy Patuxent River on a cold winter day.
2015 February 27
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A fallen tree encapsulated in Patuxent River ice.
2016 February 3
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A foggy cold day on the Patuxent River.
2016 February 3
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Virga? rain? over the Appalachian Mountains.
2014 September 7
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Virga? rain? over the Appalachian Mountains.
2014 September 7
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Snowzilla in the Washington, D.C., suburbs. Looking through a snow-plastered storm door.
2016 January 23
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Snowzilla in the Washington, D.C., suburbs. The same storm door seen in image wea04966 as seen from the outside.
2016 January 23
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Snow drifted against the front door molded by the pattern on the door. Still snowing as seen by snow flying into house. Snowzilla 2016.
2016 January 23
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Snowy scene in the Washington, D.C. suburbs.
2016 January 23
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Snowy scene in the Washington, D.C. suburbs.Where's the street?
2016 January 23
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A first try at shoveling out driveways following Snowzilla.
2016 January 24
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The day after Snowzilla.
2016 January 24
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Going for a walk through the snow. Where did my feet go?
2016 January 24
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A bird bath that the birds wouldn't be using for awhile following Snowzilla.
2016 January 24
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Snow following the contours of a tree.
2016 January 24
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Man-made weather along a major airline route. Contrails seen in an early winter morning.
2016 January 6
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X marks the spot. Crossing contrails on an early winter morning.
2016 January 6
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A perfect comma shaped storm system with trailing cold front graces Christmas Day.
2016 December 25
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A fog bow seen over the Chukchi Sea.
Alaska, Chukchi Sea 2016
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Radar image giving the impression of an X over the eastern United States.
2016 June 14 1528 EST
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Snow squall in Puget Sound.
Washington, Seattle
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Sunset off Long Beach taken during last day of groundfish survey.
California, Long Beach 2012 July 18
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A gull and sun in perfect harmony at sunset.
California coast 2015 September 2
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The elusive green flash captured as the sun disappears over the horizon.
Alaska, off Kodiak Island 2015 August 11
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Engineer Brown fears the Antarctic icecap may upset the world and drown us in a great flood at any moment! A great oceanic wave overtaking a midwest farmer and his dog.
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Will Polar Waves Swamp America? Text of article describing sudden shifting of Antarctic ice.
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Will Polar Waves Swamp America? Text of article describing sudden shifting of Antarctic ice.
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Both air temperature and oceanic temperature isotherms as published in Petermann's Geographishce Mittheilungen.
1870
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Isotherms showing average temperatures in Russia during selected months as well as a contoured map of the amplitude of change during the year. Published in Petermann's Geographische Mittheilungen.
1881
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Chart Showing the Tracks or Courses of Various Gales and Hurricanes as Traced by Wm. C. Redfield and Col. Sir Wm. Reid. Various storm tracks from 1780 to 1853 are plotted.
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Chart Showing the Tracks or Courses of Various Gales and Hurricanes as Traced by Wm. C. Redfield and Col. Sir Wm. Reid. Various storm tracks from 1780 to 1853 are plotted.
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Chart Showing the Tracks or Courses of Various Gales and Hurricanes as Traced by Wm. C. Redfield and Col. Sir Wm. Reid. Various storm tracks from 1780 to 1853 are plotted.
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Record of elevations of various official observing sites in San Francisco from the date of first official observation on March 20, 1871, until 1907. Note in red for period April 18-22, 1906, details effect of San Francisco Earthquake. "Earthquake and fire. Building burned; all records lost."
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Upper air observations. Kite station at Dodge City, Kansas.
1898 June 16
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. January 9, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. January 10, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. January 30, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. January 31, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 13, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.
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Oldest series of weather maps in the United States. March 16, 1843. Produced by James Pollard Espy. In: First Report on Meteorology, to the Surgeon General of the United States Army. October 9, 1843.

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