Winter Storm From Space

The weather the past two days in Seattle has been blissfully clear blue and sunny, thanks to a ridge of high pressure stretching over the entire West Coast. Clear enough for me to see Mt. Rainier on my walk home from school across the Lake Washington Ship Canal on the University Bridge. But it’s been another story in the east. Most of the eastern US has been getting pummeled by yet another massive winter storm. And massive is the word.

This photo was taken by NOAA’s GOES 13 weather satellite on Tuesday, and shows the storm covering most of the United States east of the Rockies. Click through to the NOAA website to download the high-resolution version.

Stay warm out there, guys. I know @MayorEmanuel is…

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