A joint venture by NASA and the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has come up with a new animation to help meteorologists track water vapour in the middle and upper troposphere. “These animations track mid-level dry-air winds that are otherwise unknown to weather forecasters,” said NASA flight project scientist Dennis Chesters. “The animations also provide wind data in cloudless regions that can be beneficial to pilots and improve long-range weather forecasts,” Gutro reports.
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