Weather Information and Images for Bakersfield

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We receive direct images from the NOAA POES (Polar Orbiting Environmental Satellites) NOAA-15, NOAA-16, NOAA-17, NOAA-18 and now NOAA-19.

SATELLITE ISSUES UPDATE: NOAA 17 is currently experiencing problems as a result of scan motor degradation. NOAA has enabled diagnostics and are evaluating the results. Generally the B-channel image will be partially replaced by what looks more like a barcode.

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This Photo from May 11, 2011 is from NOAA POES-19 satellite pass.  It's a pretty typical image of California for late Spring with snow still visible in the mountains.

Above: NOAA-18 POES Satellite

To Left: NF6P Weather Antenna Farm including 139Mhz Turnstile antenna, 162Mhz NOAA receiver for live weather radio stream, and GP-15 Tri-Band for local  communications.

NOAA POES Status Page HERE

 

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