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UPDATE 2/12/2020: An extended IMERG analysis of rainfall in Brazil shows even more extreme rainfall occurring in the first weeks of February, with large regions experiencing rainfall totals over 18 inches since the start of 2020. According to local authorities, the region has already received 98% of the rainfall that is typically expected to fall during all of February.  UPDATE 1/30/2020: During January 2020, parts of the Brazilian states of Minas Gerais and Espirito Santo...
Tropical Storm Ampil's Rainfall Evaluated With GPM Satellite Data
Tropical storm AMPIL was moving toward the northwest with winds of about 50 kts (57.5 mph) when the GPM core observatory satellite flew above on July...

 

India's Deadly Monsoon Rainfall Measured With IMERG
India's southwest monsoon (summer rainy season) normally occurs between June and September. This year's monsoon has been assessed as average but...

 

Typhoon Maria Makes Landfall
After striking the Ryukyu Islands of Japan and grazing Taiwan with torrential rains, Typhoon Maria made landfall just north of the populous city of...

 

On the morning of 7/9/18 the GPM Core Observatory satellite flew over powerful Typhoon Maria, observing a donut-shaped eyewall that is somewhat...

 

GPM IMERG Analyzes Rainfall from Powerful Typhoon Prapiroon
The image above shows estimates of accumulated rainfall using IMERG (Integrated Multi-satellitE Retrievals for GPM) data formed during the period...

 

GPM Views Super Typhoon Maria Near Guam
View full screen in STORM Event Viewer. Rapidly intensifying after its genesis near Guam, Super Typhoon Maria featured winds near 130 knots...

 

GPM Views Hurricane Fabio off the Coast of Mexico
View fullscreen in STORM Event Viewer Off the southwest coast of Mexico, Hurricane Fabio has winds approaching 80 knots in this overflight, with a...

 

Eastern Pacific Tropical Storm Fabio Examined With GPM Satellite
NASA's GPM core observatory satellite flew above tropical storm FABIO in the eastern Pacific Ocean south of Mexico on June 30, 2018 at 10:46 PM MDT...

 

Tropical Storm Prapiroon Probed By GPM Core Observatory Satellite
Tropical depression 09W was located in the northwest Pacific east of the Philippines when it was upgraded today to tropical storm PRAPIROON. The...

 

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