Solar Radiation & Satellite

Satellite Data Provided by the National Weather Service

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 Oklahoma satellite image displays the visible channel of the GOES-East satellite (Channel 2). During the daytime this map is useful for seeing clouds as well as features such as smoke plumes from wildfires. This image is provided by the College of DuPage and is updated every 5 minutes. The time of the image is shown in UTC time (CST = UTC - 6 hours; CDT = UTC - 5 hours).
Oklahoma Water Vapor Satellite learn more

Oklahoma Water Vapor Satellite

This Oklahoma satellite image displays the mid-level water vapor channel of the GOES-East satellite (Channel 9), which is typically at a pressure level around 500 millibars (approximately 18,000 feet). This image is provided by the College of DuPage and is updated every 5 minutes. The time of the image is shown in UTC time (CST = UTC - 6 hours; CDT = UTC - 5 hours).
Oklahoma Infrared Satellite learn more

Oklahoma Infrared Satellite

This Oklahoma satellite image displays one of the infrared (IR) channels of the GOES-East satellite (Channel 14). IR satellite images can show cloud coverage both during the daytime and nighttime. This image is provided by the College of DuPage and is updated every 5 minutes. The time of the image is shown in UTC time (CST = UTC - 6 hours; CDT = UTC - 5 hours).
Regional Visible Satellite learn more

Regional Visible Satellite

This regional satellite image displays the visible channel of the GOES-East satellite (Channel 2). During the daytime this map is useful for seeing clouds as well as features such as smoke plumes from wildfires. This image is provided by the College of DuPage and is updated every 5 minutes. The time of the image is shown in UTC time (CST = UTC - 6 hours; CDT = UTC - 5 hours).
Regional Water Vapor Satellite learn more

Regional Water Vapor Satellite

This regional satellite image displays the mid-level water vapor channel of the GOES-East satellite (Channel 9), which is typically at a pressure level around 500 millibars (approximately 18,000 feet). This image is provided by the College of DuPage and is updated every 5 minutes. The time of the image is shown in UTC time (CST = UTC - 6 hours; CDT = UTC - 5 hours).
Regional Infrared Satellite learn more

Regional Infrared Satellite

This regional satellite image displays one of the infrared (IR) channels of the GOES-East satellite (Channel 14). IR satellite images can show cloud coverage both during the daytime and nighttime. This image is provided by the College of DuPage and is updated every 5 minutes. The time of the image is shown in UTC time (CST = UTC - 6 hours; CDT = UTC - 5 hours).
National Visible Satellite learn more

National Visible Satellite

This national satellite image displays the visible channel of the GOES-East satellite (Channel 2). During the daytime this map is useful for seeing clouds as well as features such as smoke plumes from wildfires. This image is provided by the College of DuPage and is updated every 5 minutes. The time of the image is shown in UTC time (CST = UTC - 6 hours; CDT = UTC - 5 hours).
National Water Vapor Satellite learn more

National Water Vapor Satellite

This national satellite image displays the mid-level water vapor channel of the GOES-East satellite (Channel 9), which is typically at a pressure level around 500 millibars (approximately 18,000 feet). This image is provided by the College of DuPage and is updated every 5 minutes. The time of the image is shown in UTC time (CST = UTC - 6 hours; CDT = UTC - 5 hours).
National Infrared Satellite learn more

National Infrared Satellite

This national satellite image displays one of the infrared (IR) channels of the GOES-East satellite (Channel 14). IR satellite images can show cloud coverage both during the daytime and nighttime. This image is provided by the College of DuPage and is updated every 5 minutes. The time of the image is shown in UTC time (CST = UTC - 6 hours; CDT = UTC - 5 hours).