Is this a satellite error?
Mike Bosschaert | Premium last edited by
Today around 11.50 CET this phenomenon was seen in the south of Norway. The 'circle' remained stable for some time and suddenly disappeared with a kind of oscillating appearance and disappearance of recipitation around the place where the circle was. Is this software error or some disturbance at one of the satellites? I found this on 2 other weather apps as well.
Filip_K Developers last edited by
@mike-bosschaert thank you for letting us know (this is radar, not satellite by the way) and it's most likely interference that happened from 10:00 UTC to 11:00 UTC and it is located right around radar station itself.
Radar interference happens quite a lot. These are some other examples:
Mike Bosschaert | Premium last edited by Mike Bosschaert
@filip_k said in Is this a satellite error?:
this is radar, not satellite by the way)
Of course, excuse for my negligence, it were indeed radar images.
I had indeed seen the 'needle'-like interferences as you showed over Argentina, but not these circular ones I had not seen before. Thanks for explaining!
Gkikas LGPZ Moderator last edited by Gkikas LGPZ