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* These images show the most recent image of the United States, from NOAA geostationary (GOES) satellites. They are generated every 30 minutes using either the Visible, Infrared, Shortwave Infrared (4um), or the Water Vapor images into one larger composite image using GOES East and West Imagers.
Other Areas: Alaska | Hawaii | Guam | Puerto Rico | American Samoa
The National Mosaic Enhanced Radar Image http://radar.weather.gov/Conus/full_loop.php with its interference patterns around cities seems confusing to me.
My bandwidth is fairly narrow and I was wondering what other non-technical user friendly weather satellite imagery resources are available out there in the great wide world?