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Meteorological and Climatological Data

Current and historical air pollution and climatologic and meteorological data from monitoring networks; web camera images of visibility; and geostationary operational environmental and moderate resolution spectroradiometer satellite images, and wind data.

Wind Data

  • Real-Time Winds Aloft
    Current measurements of winds in the lower atmosphere, which help determine the movement of air pollution across Texas.
  • Air Trajectories
    Trajectories that show the movement of air over metropolitan areas of Texas for the past 30 days. Use to better understand the behavior and potential impact of air pollution.
  • Wind Roses Illustrations of wind direction movement at particular Texas cities from 1984 to 1992, used to help predict long term air quality.

Wind Plots

Use the wind measurements from the following profilers to determine how air pollution is transported and help validate model-generated wind fields for air quality modeling: