This NOAA site will no longer provide GOES-East imagery. For access to high resolution GOES-East imagery from GOES-16, please go to the site: https://www.star.nesdis.noaa.gov/GOES/index.php. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience.
|Visible||VIS||Unenhanced Visible imagery that transitions to IR2 overnight|
|Shortwave (IR2)||IR2||Channel 2 Shortwave Infrared imagery - Shortwave, sometimes considered "night visible"|
|Fire (IR2)||IR2F||IR Channel 2 with the standard fire enhancement|
|IR2H||IR Channel 2 with enhancemnet for the hot summer season|
|IR2W||IR Channel 2 with enhancement for the cool winter season|
|Water Vapor||WV||IR Channel 3|
|RGB||RGB||Combination of Visible and IR using a three channel technique to form a Red/Green/Blue false color image.|
|None||IR4||Unenhanced Channel 4 Infrared Imagery|
|AVN||AVN||Aviation color enhancement|
|Dvorak||BD||Dvorak enhancement - used for Tropical Classifications with the Dvorak Technique|
|Funktop||FT||Funktop enhancement - developed by Ted Funk. Highlights intense areas of precipitation|
|JSL||JSL||JSL2 enhancement - developed by Jim Lynch. Used to bring out low level and high level clouds in tropical cyclones|
|Rainbow||RB||Rainbow enhancement curve - Colorful enhancement|
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