This is a good one. LOTS of options on the left, but Product, # of images, and Timestep are super useful. NOTE: The GeoColor here has very high resolution (1/2 km... most others are 1 km), so this detailed look will definitely use a lot of your bandwidth. Longer loops can take a little while to load.
Another good one. *The displayed image is NOT current.* The image time stamp is in the bottom left, and most of that is editable! Simply click on the dates to change them; you can make it current here, if you like. This is a visible satellite picture. Images go back to about 2002. Resolution is 1km, not quite as good as the RAMMB CIRA Slider above, but the historical data here is much better.
You can also compare 2 different days side by side. I've set it in this link to look at 2 clear days in early 2019. 'B' is set to Feb 18, the first clear day after the big storm that dropped 1' of snow in Redding on Valentines Day. The snowpack in the Sierra Nevada looks good here, and the Feather River Canyon really stands out. Move the slider bar left/right to see the comparison.