Typhoon Nyatoh in the Philippine Sea « CIMSS Satellite Blog

Typhoon Nyatoh in the Philippine Sea « CIMSS Satellite Blog



December 1st, 2021 | Scott Bachmeier

NOAA-20 True Color RGB and Infrared Window (11.45 µm) images [click to enlarge]

NOAA-20 True Color RGB and Infrared Window (11.45 µm) images viewed using RealEarth (above) showed a large convective burst south of the center of Tropical Storm Nahtoh — located in the Philippine Sea — at 0356 UTC on 01 December 2021. A robust overshooting top near the center of the convective burst exhibited a cluster of cloud-top infrared brightness temperatures of -100ºC and colder (red pixels embedded within purple-to-yellow-to-black enhancement).

2.5-minute rapid scan JMA Himawari-8 Infrared Window (10.4 µm) images (below) displayed the evolution of Nyatoh as it transitioned from a Tropical Storm to a Category 1 Typhoon at 1200 UTC. The coldest cloud-top infrared brightness temperatures of convective overshooting tops were in the -90 to -98ºC range, but did not quite reach the -100ºC threshold that was seen in the VIIRS imagery.

JMA Himawari-8 Infrared Window (10.4 µm) images [click to play animated GIF | MP4]



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