Satellite Images Show Michigan As A Frozen Tundra
The end of 2017 was brutally hard on Michigan with temperatures falling into negative numbers. NOAA satellites captured the snow as it began its slow descent across Michigan.
NOAA, The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have several satellites that monitor weather patterns around the world. They shared a short timelapse of lake effect snow as it made its way to Michigan which you can see here.
#GOESEast satellite captured record-breaking #LakeEffectSnow fall in Erie, Pennsylvania which dumped over 5 feet, 65.1" of #snow as reported by @NWS in total over some areas. More images: https://t.co/mbgRYot60A #GOES16 #ItsSoCold pic.twitter.com/JhIPWk0CFZ
— NOAA Satellites (@NOAASatellites) December 28, 2017
While the majority of movement is across Pennsylvania and the Ohio Valley. You can see the cold front moving into and settling in on Michigan.
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