NASA Visualizes Just How Much Rain We've Endured — Or Missed
A NASA composite of nationwide rainfall to date shows parts of the U.S. are underwater, and parts are sorely missing the same.By Evan Thomas | July 31, 2015
Depending on which part of the country you live in, the rain — or the lack of rain — has been bad this year. Now, NASA has released data showing exactly how much some states are suffering.
NASA just released six months of composite data from its Global Precipitation Measurement mission. The joint operation with Japan’s space agency gathers data from a constellation of rain-tracking satellites around the globe. (Video via NASA)
It shows a harshly divided U.S., where parts of the country got way too much rain, and others didn't get nearly enough. (Video via NASA)