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

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Sun bisected by the horizon.
Pacific, Gulf of Alaska 2006
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Wow! A crescent moon, Venus, and a scarlet sunset.
Atlantic, United States Northeast 2005 August 7
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Sunset at sea.
Atlantic, United States Northeast 2003
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Sunset at sea.
Atlantic, United States Northeast 2003
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Sunset at sea.
Atlantic, United States Northeast 2003
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Sunset at sea.
Atlantic, United States Northeast 2003
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Sunset at sea.
Atlantic, United States Northeast 2003
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Sunset at sea.
Atlantic, United States Northeast 2003
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Sunset at sea.
Atlantic, United States Northeast 2003
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Sunset at sea.
Atlantic, United States Northeast 2003
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Sunset at sea.
Atlantic, United States Northeast 2003
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Winter precipitation outlook from NOAA NCEPClimate Prediction Center. An annual product.
2007
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Winter temperature outlook from NOAA NCEP Climate Prediction Center. An annual product. Issued October 18, 2007.
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U. S. Seasonal Drought Outlook from NOAA NCEP Climate Prediction Center. An annual product.
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Winter temperature outlook from NOAA NCEP Climate Prediction Center. An annual product. Issued November 15, 2007.
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Solar image showing sunspot activity from NOAA NCEP Space Weather Prediction Center.
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NOAA Tsunami buoys at the National Data Buoy Center prior to deployment.
Mississippi, Bay St. Louis
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Solar-powered automated weather observing station.
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Fog covering Kachemak Bay and the town of Homer.
Alaska, Kachemak Bay
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Clouds at Homer obscure the coastline as seen from Kachemak Bay.
Alaska, Homer
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Shrimp boat on fuel dock following Hurricane Rita.
Texas, Port Arthur 2005
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Salvaging a sunken vessel following Hurricane Katrina.
Louisiana, St. Bernard Parish 2005
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Crab pot on road after passage of Hurricane Rita.
Louisiana, Cameron 2005
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Destruction of Folly Beach by Hurricane Rita.
Louisiana, Folly Beach 2005
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Sailboats wrecked by Hurricane Katrina.
Louisiana, New Orleans 2005
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Orographic lift of moist air coming off ocean produces clouds along the Santa Lucia Mountains south of Monterey.
California, Big Sur Coastline 2005
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Crepuscular rays illuminate oil platforms in the Gulf of Mexico.
Louisiana, Offshore from Morgan City 2003 November 25
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A large ship appears out of the fog heading up the Mississippi River.
Louisiana, Mississippi River, Venice 2004 December 31
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A heart shape cloud over Newport, Oregon - gives rise to an "I love Newport" sentiment. At the Oregon State University dock.
Oregon, Newport 2005 July 9
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Sun and cloud patterns over Miami.
Florida, Miami 2004 August 21
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Marine mammal surfacing and illuminated by the setting sun.
Pacific Ocean, Tropical East Pacific
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A windmill standing alone against a supercell thunderstorm.
Oklahoma, Leedey 2002 April 17
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A rainbox arching over the WSR-88D test radar.
Oklahoma, Norman 2004 September 23
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Cirrus clouds.
Oklahoma, Norman 2005 February 17
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A magnificent supercell thunderstorm cloud formation.
Nebraska, Humboldt 1985 April 20
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Fair weather cumulus bands.
Kansas, Everest 1986 June 10
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NOAA Employee Dan Borsum takes his own picture while writing a forecast for the Sun River Prescribed Burn. Dan served as an Incident Meteorologist on this fire and with no electricity of facilities to work out of utilized a Chevy Tahoe as a makeshift office.
Montana, August 2003 October 5
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Juneau AK Warning Coordination Meteorologist and Incident Meteorologist Joel Curtis explains the changing winds to a fire fighter on the Derby Fire.
Montana, Big Timber 2006 September 2
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Traveling to wildfires often involves miles of travel on unimproved roads with very dusty conditions. In the background a portion of the Derby Fire in southern Montana exhibits column behavior.
2006 September 2
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A Sikorsky Helitanker uses a siphon to fill its tank from a phosphate retardant tank while fighting the Derby Fire in Southern Montana.
Montana, McCleod 2006 September 5
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A hotshot crew conducts burnout operations on the Derby Fire. Severe drought conditions contributed to extreme fire behavior.
Montana, McCleod 2006 September 6
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The Derby Fire continues unabated growth on its way to consuming 200,000 acres. 45 miles of Interstate 90 was closed during this fire.
Montana, Big Timber 2006 August 30
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Incident Meteorologist Joel Curtis (second from left) watches the Derby Fire with some local firefighters monitoring the fire.
Montana, Big Timber 2006 September 5
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A tree erupts into flames along Interstate 90 during nighttime burnout operations to keep the Derby Fire from crossing the highway.
Montana, Big Timber 2006 August 30
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During an afternoon of extreme fire behavior, a firewhirl is observed along the flaming front. Observed during Jackson Canyon Fire.
Wyoming, near Casper 2006 August 16
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Kip Watson, a BLM RAWS technician sets up a portable weather station during the Jackson Canyon Fire near Casper Wyoming.
Wyoming, near Casper 2006 August 18
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Incident Meteorologists Jim Wallman and Chris Jordan track a PIBAL using a theodolite allowing them to monitor winds in the Reilly Complex Fire in Southern Utah.
Utah, St. George area 2006 July 29
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NOAA National Weather Service Incident Meteorologists demonstrate flexibility as they can carry all the equipment they need in a vehicle and then use the vehicle as a mobile office. In the picture are a satellite dish for communications and equipment used to track PIBALs.
Utah, St. George area 2006 July 29
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Incident Meteorologist Chris Jordan prepares a PIBAL for launch to monitor winds on the Reilly Fire in southern Utah. Other equipment Chris used on the incident has been deployed with just the vehicle being used for a facility and power.
Utah, St. George area 2006 July 29
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PIBALs are used by Incident Meteorologists to monitor local winds aloft around a fire. Here Chris Jordan has a full PIBAL and is prepared to launch it and observe its trajectory for the next 20 minutes until it reaches a height of 10000 feet.
Utah, St. George area 2006 July 29

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