Cloud streets off eastern United States and Canada
NASA image acquired January 24, 2011
NASA writes: Between two major and debilitating storms, a cold Arctic air mass brought bitter chill, moderate snow, and strong winds to the eastern United States and Canada. On January 24, 2011, the snow clouds finally parted, allowing the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) aboard the Terra satellite to capture this spectacular true-color image of the winter-bound region. A frosty white glaze covers the tan land of the northeastern United States and the provinces of Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, Canada. Off the entire eastern coast, a massive bank of clouds stretches far across the Atlantic Ocean in delicately arcing, parallel rows. Read more
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