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Catalog of Images

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Radial "octopus hole" pattern emanating from hole in ice on St. Mary's Lake.
Indiana, South Bend 2013 December
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Freezing fog and snow.
Michigan, Gaylord 2013 December
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Lightning. Thirteen-year-old Charles Magee captured this lightning strike in rural Black County, Iowa, as a 4-H project.
Iowa, Black County 2012 July 20
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Lightning
Oklahoma, eastern 2013 July 10
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Lightning over Clearwater
Florida, Clearwater 2013 July 9
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Double rainbow over NOAA's David Skaggs Research Center in Boulder.
Colorado, Boulder
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Summer sunset
Washington, D.C. area 2013 June 23
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A cold cold morning at the Fairbanks train station.
Alaska, Fairbanks
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Light pillars penetrating ice fog at the Fairbanks train station. A similar phenomena to sun pillars but on a much smaller scale.
Alaska, Fairbanks
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Much transportation in Alaska is by bush plane. Kelly Allen traveled through much of Alaska in bush planes for the National Weather Service.
Alaska
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KRIW Riverton, Wyoming, weather radar at sunset.
Wyoming, Riverton
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Seagulls ? or perhaps some more appropriate Wyoming birds at sunset.
Wyoming
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Virga at sunset.
Wyoming
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Lenticular clouds over west central Wyoming.
Wyoming
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Ice fog over the Fairbanks area.
Alaska, Fairbanks
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1938 New England Hurricane. The harbor at Woods Hole.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole 1938 September 21
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Predicted track of Hurricane Charlie in 2004.
Florida 2004 August 13
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Hurricane Charley imaged by Key West radar.
Florida 2004 August 13 11:59 UTC
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Hurricane Charley imaged by Tampa Bay radar.
Florida 2004 August 13 17:16 UTC
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Hurricane Charley imaged by Tampa Bay radar.
Florida 2004 August 13 18:44 UTC
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Hurricane Charley imaged by Tampa Bay radar making landfall.
Florida 2004 August 13 19:51 UTC
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Hurricane Frances imaged by Melbourne radar after making landfall.
Florida 2004 September 5 13:38 UTC
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Hurricane Frances imaged by Tampa Bay radar after making landfall.
Florida 2004 September 5 13:41 UTC
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The northwest quadrant of Hurricane Ivan seen from Slidell radar.
Louisiana 2004 September 15 17:38 UTC
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Doppler radar imagery of the Joplin tornado. The right hand view shows winds approaching and going away from the radar site. The extreme color differences of blue/orange/red indicates rotation and extreme winds.
Missouri, Joplin 2011 May 25
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Radar reflectivity image of Joplin tornado at approximately 1745 PM showing characteristic hook echo just southeast of Joplin city center. The large purple area just below the "p" in Joplin is the approximate tornado location.
Missouri, Joplin 2011 May 25
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Doppler storm relative velocity image of Joplin tornado. The deep blue adjacent to the red southeast of Joplin indicates extreme velocity of winds in a rotating tornado.
Missouri, Joplin 2011 May 25
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This system brought extreme flooding to east Texas.
United States 2015 May 25 1402 PM
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This system brought extreme flooding to east Texas.
United States 2015 May 25 2221 PM
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Low pressure center with a double tail.
United States 2015 June 17
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A snowy day at Glen Haven.
Maryland, Deep Creek Lake, Glen Haven 2013 December 7
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A foggy sunrise on Assateague Island.
Maryland, Assateague Island 2015 April 18
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A shorebird hunting for its breakfast on a foggy morning.
Maryland, Assateague Island 2015 April 18
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A bronze sunrise seen through the fog on Assateague Island.
Maryland, Assateague Island 2015 April 18
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The dunes on Assateague Island on a foggy morning.
Maryland, Assateague Island 2015 April 18
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Red sky at morning, sailor take warning. But this day turned out glorious. A beautiful sunrise.
Gulf of Mexico 2015 March 18
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A sun halo.
Alaska, Kodiak Harbor 2004 February 12
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Typical day at sea in the Bering Sea.
Alaska, Unimak Pass 2004 February 17
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Typical day at sea in the Aleutian Islands.
Alaska, Unimak Pass 2004 February 17
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Aleutian Islands rainbow.
Alaska, Unimak Pass, Unimak Island 2004 February 17
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Sunset somewhere in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands 2015 June 22
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Squall on the port bow of the NOAA Ship OSCAR ELTON SETTE near sunset.
Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands 2015 June 23
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Fair weather cumulus clouds over the tropical western Pacific Ocean.
Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands 2015 June 24
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Cruising along an island at sunset.
Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands 2015 June 24
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A glorious sunset at sea.
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Weather buoy 42020 sixty miles southeast of Corpus Christi.
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El Nino arrives according to this image of satellite-derived Pacific Ocean surface temperatures.
2015 March 5
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Fog on the Atlantic side of Cape Cod with Provincetown and Massachusetts Bay seen in the upper third of the image.
Massachusetts, Cape Cod
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Strong thunderstorms with tornado warnings passing through Crofton, Maryland.
2013 June 13
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Squally weather experienced on the NOAA ShipOKEANOS EXPLORER.
2014 October 3

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