#WEFAXWednesday

As you all should know by now, I have a,  *AHEM*, thing for weather faxes. I decided to celebrate this little obsession of mine by creating Weather Fax Wednesday, also known as #WEFAXWednesday on Twitter. If you decode a cool looking weather fax, post it to Twitter using this tag so others can check it out. While it would help if you post them on a Wednesday, I’m sure no one will mind if you post them on another day of the week.

Here’s a few I posted to the @hfradio1 Twitter feed today. All decodes were done using fldigi and a Microtelecom Perseus.

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Port Reyes, CA shows a storm rolling in from the Pacific. 

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Another infrared satellite photo. This one is from New Orleans. 

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A composite of the Eastern and Western Pacific charts as transmitted out of Point Reyes, CA

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Another IR satellite (I like those) photo as transmitted out of Boston. 

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A weather chart from Valparaiso Playa Ancha, Chile.

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An IR sat photo from Chile, and probably the best decode I’ve ever gotten from there. 

Happy #WEFAXWednesday everyone!

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