It is a great example of how to make weather data look awesome!
On this post we want to talk not only about the interface but also about the technology and data sources behind this great tool.
Strongest currents appear where the difference of temperature is higher.
For advanced readers: If you use JPL images for SST instead of non-realtime data this relationship is even stronger.
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