Autumn can be a great time to see some seasonal signatures on the early morning visible satellite images. This (Thursday) morning was no exception! Check out the small plume of lake effect rain showers on Lake Erie as the cool, dry air moved over the very warm (73°F) lake surface as well as the river fog that condenses on cool, calm mornings in August, September, and October. (Click on the image for a larger view.)

Have you noticed how much darker it is earlier in the evening? The fastest changes are yet to occur.


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