Zoom Earth shows near real-time satellite images. Images from NOAA GOES and JMA Himawari-8 satellites are updated every 10 minutes and EUMETSAT Meteosat images are updated every 15 minutes. You can track the storm live on their website.The simulator uses supercomputers to generate weather and ocean data from numerical models. High winds are shaded in yellow and mild winds in green.Google Earth doesn’t have live images of clouds, but it can loop the cloud build up over the last 24 hours as seen in the image above. You can track the changes using an app on your phone or open up the application on Google Chrome.The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has upgraded the Nisarga from a cyclone to a severe cyclonic storm. The difference in the classification are the wind speeds. A cyclone exhibits wind speeds between 63 to 88 kilometres per hour (kmph), whereas a severe cyclonic storm has speeds of between 89 to 117 kmph.