MARCI weather report, February 4-10, 2019.

MARCI-February8-2019Dust storm activity was at a minimum across the tropics and southern highlands of Mars last week. Local storms were observed along the seasonal north polar cap edge, while the polar vortex showed a wave-2 type structure, typical this time of season. Water ice clouds remained above the southernmost volcano of the Tharsis Montes most afternoons. Skies were storm-free for the rover and lander sites of Curiosity (Gale Crater), InSight (Elysium Planitia), and Opportunity (Endeavour Crater) each sol. [More at link, including video]

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