I’ve apparently got more time on my hands than skill, but I figured out, somewhat crudely, how to downland LANDSAT maps and make some pictures. Here’s the largely dry bed of the Colorado River on February 27. Apologies for the large file size, but it should have enough resolution to click and zoom if you’re able:
The circled bit is the San Luis bridge. Here’s roughly the same field of view on Wednesday:
Still looks like there’s water at the San Luis bridge.
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