Weather Image Gallery

Weather Image Gallery

Prof. Jon Kahl


This page has links to many weather-related images I've collected from various sources. Please select from the following categories:
Clouds Optical Phenomena Severe Weather
Lightning and
Electrical Phenomena
Miscellaneous Archived Weather Maps

Clouds

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Atmospheric Optical Phenomena

  1. rainbow
  2. cloudbow
  3. iridescence
  4. halo
  5. silver lining
  6. sunset
  7. sunset
  8. volcanic sunset (Pinatubo)
  9. green flash (courtesy Andrew T. Young). A web site devoted to the green flash is located here.
  10. perspective
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Severe Weather

  1. flood
  2. flood
  3. hail
  4. Multiple tornados
  5. tornado
  6. tornado
  7. hurricane
  8. hurricane
  9. hurricane
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Lightning and Electrical Phenomena

  1. day lightning
  2. day lightning
  3. red sprite
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Miscellaneous

  1. analemma
  2. breaking wave
  3. dust devil
  4. rime ice
  5. July 1995 temperatures in Milwaukee
  6. Comet Hyakutake
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Archived weather maps

The links below contain images depicting several interesting types of weather patterns that impact Wisconsin and the Midwestern United States.
  1. "Classic" mid-latitude cyclone: Surface | Visible satellite image
  2. Very cold weather:
  3. Very hot weather:
  4. Snowstorm:
  5. Stationary front: Surface | Radar | Temps | 500 mb
  6. Fog:
  7. Impossible surface map
  8. Excessive rain. During 05-06 August 1998, portions of Milwaukee and Sheboygan Counties received as much as 12 inches of rain.
  9. "Omega block", 1 May 1999: 500 mb | Surface (1) (2) | Temps
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