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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...
Oklahoma Mesoscale Convective System (MCS) Examined With GPM
The GPM Core observatory satellite's passed over Oklahoma on Monday, June 25, 2018 04:08 AM CDT (0508 UTC). The satellite makes measurements of...

 

Southern Texas' Flooding Rainfall Examined With IMERG
Extremely heavy rainfall caused a flash flood emergency over southern Texas this week. More than 15 inches (381 mm) of rain fell in Hidalgo County,...

 

GPM Satellite Probes Storms In The Western Gulf Of Mexico
A mid-level and surface trough over southern Texas is producing heavy rainfall. Heavy rainfall is expected to continue in the area through...

 

Hurricane Bud's Rainfall Measured with GPM IMERG
Beneficial rainfall from hurricane Bud's remnants has spread into the Desert Southwest. This rainfall may be helpful in an area that has been...

 

https://pmm.nasa.gov/extreme-weather/gpm-flies-over-hurricane-bud-coast-mexico
View full-screen in STORM Event Viewer The GPM core observatory satellite passed above hurricane BUD in the eastern Pacific Ocean on June 12, 2018...

 

GPM Probes Tropical Storm Maliksi
The GPM core observatory satellite had an excellent view of tropical storm MALIKSI when it passed over southern Japan on June 10, 2018 at 1759 UTC...

 

GPM Radar Views Powerful Convective Storms over Saudi Arabia
View full-screen in STORM Event Viewer Saudi Arabia is not thought of as a region rife with intense thunderstorms, but its southwestern region...

 

GPM Flies Over Intensifying Hurricane Aletta
As expected, tropical storm Aletta intensified and became a hurricane. Aletta was a powerful hurricane with winds of about 85 kts (98 mph) when the...

 

Tropical Storm Aletta Forms In Eastern Pacific
Early today Tropical Depression Two-E was upgraded to tropical storm Aletta. This is the first tropical storm of the 2018 eastern North Pacific...

 

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