See images from Himawari-8 in the new satellite viewer
This demonstration product is most suitable for people
with fast internet connection and high data allowance.
Low-definition satellite images
Satellite View Selection
04:00 ACST on Wednesday 28 September 2016 | Cloud/surface composite, Australia
Infrared image courtesy of the Japan Meteorological Agency. Blue Marble surface image courtesy of NASA.
IDY28000 Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology Bureau National Operations Centre Satellite Notes for the 1200UTC Chart on 28 September 2016 Issued at 11:11 pm EST Wednesday on 28 September 2016 The strong cold front is now located over western New South Wales and Victoria and extends to the significant low pressure system over the Bight. This is generating a large cloud band and thunderstorm activity over western New South Wales, western Victoria and southern South Australia. A field of convective cellular cloud can be seen in the cold air behind the front over far south South Australia and Western Australia. An upper level cloud band is streaming down from tropical convection over Indonesia to northeast Australia. This cloud is brought along by the upper level subtropical jet stream. A surface trough extending from the Top End to southeast Queensland is causing isolated thunderstorms.