From the home page click weather maps on the left and choose Satellite. The national animating infrared satellite image will display. To zoom in click your state on the map or it?s name above the map.
Directly above the map is the option to display a black and white infrared image, a visible satellite image and a water vapour image. Below the map you can change the duration, speed and dwell of the animation. A control panel on the left allows you to navigate through the animation image by image. There are also tick boxes below the map to overlay district borders, lightning and rainfall data.
Another map display of satellite images is available using the Weatherzone Stormtracker. From the home page click the weather maps link on the left and choose Stormtracker. To zoom in click a region name above the map. To display satellite images tick the satellite box below the map.
For more information on using the Stormtracker see the Stormtracker FAQ. You can also access satellite images by clicking your state on the home page. Then click satellite as your map type on the next page.
18:16 EST Heavy rain has stranded about 40 people at William Creek in the South Australian outback due to flooded roads and low cloud has grounded aircraft.