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Re: Sat. Imagery of "Dry Cold Front" Case (fwd)

HI Dave, 

Yes, I am aware of that and it is unfortunate, but the CODIAC GUI
currently does not have a choice for WV sample imagery. I wanted to
display the WV since it was impressive. JOSS plans updates to CODIAC in
the future so we have greater flexibility in labeling our sample images. 

Thank you for visiting the library and your astute observations, and
apologies if the sample imagery was confusing.

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On Fri, 10 Nov 2000, Ron Murdock wrote:

> Jeff - I think this message is for you.
> Ron
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 15:59:44 GMT
> From: Dave Schmidt <address@hidden>
> To: "address@hidden" <address@hidden>
> Subject: Sat. Imagery of "Dry Cold Front" Case
> Hi folks,
> I like the case study. Very nice. However...you may want to check out 
> the Satellite Imagery labels under "Project Sample Imagery". You have 
> what is indeed Water Vapor Imagery labeled as "Visible". The Water 
> Vapor is very impressive showing the strong jet over the area of 
> concern. Thought I should let you know.
> Dave Schmidt
> NWS Great Falls, MT