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Time-Longitude Section of Infrared Temperatures

Time-longitude section of 3-hourly IR temperatures (K) centered on 12N (left) and 15N (right) between 100W and 50E. Lighter shading indicates warmer cloud-top temperatures and possible stratiform precipitation and darker shading indicates cold cloud-top temperatures and possible convective activity.


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