GPM (Global Precipitation Measurement) passed over the northeastern U.S. on Oct. 29 at 8:36 p.m. EDT. The approximate location of the storm's center at the time of the GPM pass is shown with a large red "L". A large area of intense rain was located in the Atlantic east of the low's center. GMI estimated that rain in that area was falling at rates of greater than 2 inches (51 mm) per hour. The highest storm tops in the system were revealed by DPR to reach heights of about 5.6 miles (9 km).
Credits: NASA/JAXA, Hal Pierce
The freezing heights could also be seen from this GPM pass and they had good slope. The freezing height averaged 2.1miles high but was just 1/2 mile up over southern Quebec & higher than 2.9 miles well east over the Atlantic Ocean.
94L is no more, fell apart and other weather features got involved. May see 95L and possibly a depression out of that disturbed area in the middle of the Atlantic.
96W is now 28W. 95W and 99B struggle on.
China Launches a Large Ship for Installing Wind Turbines
Tropics are calming down a little with cooler air settling in across the Northern Hemisphere.