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Originally posted by SpaceJockey1
There's extreme weather predicted for New Zealand over the next couple of days. Big snow storms coming which will be the second big dump in just over a month.
I decided to search for some satellite imagery showing the current state of the play, and happened upon this link: SATELLITE
What concerns me is the bottom image (watch the animation to the 11th Aug). Just at the end there's a couple of major anomolies that I can't explain, and hope that others here have some ideas?
Suggest that you save the animation as it may be overwritten.
Look forward to any comments.
What the hell is that? Looks like 2 tornadoes from space. This weather is crazy, it has snowed where I live a few weeks back and they are saying to expect the same or worse in the next few days. I'm in the North Island.
Perhaps the recent solar flares might have something to do with it?
Originally posted by OzWeatherman
Ok, I work for the weather bureau here in Australia, and I look at satellite images everyday Im at work. Looking at your satellite imagery there, and the precipitable water image, I cant see anything out of the ordinary.
Can you please explain what exactly you are seeing?