Sunday, February 5, 2012

Nebraska Snow Cover

Satellite Image, February 5, 2012

The attached satellite image shows the extent of snow cover (white color) following the snow storm of February 4, 2012. The red lines note the northward and southward extent of the snow cover. The letter "P" indicates the Platte River Valley which is very evident on the satellite image. The letter "M" notes Lake McConaughy which can be seen as an area even darker than the snow free area. The letter "L" notes Lincoln, Nebraska which is a darker grayish white color since the snow has been removed from all of the streets making the landscape darker. The letter "H" is the Harlan County Reservoir. The northwestern portion of Nebraska is snow-free as is the far southeastern portion of Nebraska and right along the Kansas border in southeastern Nebraska.

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