Solar Radiation & Satellite

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Solar Radiation learn more

Solar Radiation

The Solar Radiation map displays the current solar radiation (in Watts per square meter) observed at each Mesonet station. This map is updated every five minutes.
Total Daily Solar Radiation (megajoules per square meter) learn more

Total Daily Solar Radiation (megajoules per square meter)

The Total Daily Solar Radiation map displays the integrated solar radiation (MJ/m^2) for each Mesonet station for the previous day. This map is updated each night.
Total Daily Solar Radiation (kilowatt-hours per square meter) learn more

Total Daily Solar Radiation (kilowatt-hours per square meter)

The Total Daily Solar Radiation map displays the integrated solar radiation (kWh/m^2) for each Mesonet station for the previous day. This map is updated each night.
Oklahoma Visible Satellite learn more

Oklahoma Visible Satellite

This statewide satellite map is a snapshot of what the satellite sees in the visible wavelengths at the time shown at the lower right of the image. During the daytime this map is useful for seeing clouds as well as features such as smoke plumes from wildfires. This map is typically updated every 15 minutes.
Oklahoma Water Vapor Satellite learn more

Oklahoma Water Vapor Satellite

This statewide satellite map depicts the water vapor concentration over the region at the time shown at the lower right of the image. With respect to fire danger, this map is useful for depicting areas of very low water vapor content (orange and red colors) which can sometimes translate to very low relative humidity at the surface, especially during the daytime with convective mixing, leading to high fire danger. This map is typically updated every 15 minutes.
Oklahoma Infrared Satellite learn more

Oklahoma Infrared Satellite

This infrared satellite image is updated approximately every 15 minutes.
Regional Visible Satellite learn more

Regional Visible Satellite

This regional satellite map is a snapshot of what the satellite sees in the visible wavelengths at the UTC time depicted at the upper left of the map (CST = UTC - 6 hours; CDT = UTC - 5 hours). During the daytime this map is useful for seeing clouds as well as features such as smoke plumes from wildfires. This map is typically updated every 15 minutes.
Regional Water Vapor Satellite learn more

Regional Water Vapor Satellite

This regional satellite map depicts the water vapor concentration over the region at the UTC time depicted at the upper left of the map (CST = UTC - 6 hours; CDT = UTC - 5 hours). With respect to fire danger, this map is useful for depicting areas of very low water vapor content (orange and red colors) which can sometimes translate to very low relative humidity at the surface, especially during the daytime with convective mixing, leading to high fire danger. This map is typically updated every 15 minutes.
Regional IR Satellite learn more

Regional IR Satellite

This regional satellite map is a snapshot of what the satellite sees in the infra red wavelengths at the UTC time depicted at the upper left of the map (CST = UTC - 6 hours; CDT = UTC - 5 hours).

National

National Visible Satellite learn more

National Visible Satellite

Latest GOES Composite Visible Satellite from the NOAA Geostationary Satellite Server.
National Water Vapor Satellite learn more

National Water Vapor Satellite

Latest GOES Composite Water Vapor Satellite from the NOAA Geostationary Satellite Server.
National Infrared Satellite learn more

National Infrared Satellite

Latest GOES Composite Shortwave Infrared Satellite from the NOAA Geostationary Satellite Server.