The Four Corners region is no stranger to poor radar coverage. The lowest slice on the Albuquerque radar is roughly 15,000′ above ground level. The radar image shows despite the site reporting light rain there is no reflectivity present. The VIIRS nighttime microphysics image from 0753UTC on July 17, 2013 shows where a well defined area of mid level clouds and the associated showers are moving across the area. The traditional GOES 11-3.9 micron imagery shows very little detail to this cloud feature and does not provide a clear picture between low, mid, and high level cloud cover. We can use the nighttime microphysics imagery to infer that there are showers across this region not seen on radar. The cloud cover and visibility were not low enough to impact aviation across this area however overcast skies and brief showers lingered through sunrise.