sea surface temp. and radiative fluxes

OSI SAF High Latitude SST and Flux production back to nominal

As reported in service message #1803 and #1804, some of the high latitude SST and Flux products (OSI-203, 301 and 302) have experienced problems.

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Temporary unknown quality for products based on GOES-East

From today (Tuesday, not Thursday) 2nd April around 09:00 UTC, the OSI SAF processing will use input data at only H+00 and H+30.
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GOES-East Full Disk scan every 10 minutes instead of 15 minutes from 2nd April

NOAA NESDIS plans a permanent change for GOES-East (GOES-16) Full Disk scan: every 10 minutes instead of 15 minutes from 16:00 UTC on Thursday 2 April 2019.

Planned interruption for week 14

Due to eclipse season on Meteosat-11 between 23 March and 31 March, there is a risk of degraded image quality from 0000UTC to 0100UTC.
Impacted products:

Problems with some High Latitude SST and Flux production: Update 1

As announced yesterday, we are experiencing problems with the production of some high latitude L3 SST and Flux products: OSI-203, OSI-301 and OSI-302.

Problems with some High Latitude SST and Flux production

We are currently experiencing problems with the production of some L3 High Latitude SST and Flux products: OSI-203, OSI-301 and OSI-302.

Planned interruption for week 13

Due to eclipse season on Meteosat-11 between 23 March and 31 March, there is a risk of degraded image quality from 0000UTC to 0100UTC.
Impacted products:

Planned interruption for week 12

Due to eclipse season on Meteosat-08 between 16 March and 24 March, there
is a risk of degraded image quality from 2100UTC to 2300UTC.

Goes-16 Interruption

Due to an anomaly on this satellite, reception have been interrupted from 2019-03-12T23:15:00Z to 2019-03-13T00:15:00Z. Products dated 00:00Z may be with degraded quality or unavailable.

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