A radiosonde sounding, launched coinciding with the overpass of the AIRS, was compared to the satellite's sounding for June 21st and 23rd 2011 in two different forms using temperature and moisture data. This presentation will show better coherence aloft than at the surface through these comparisons. One will be by averaging the radiosonde to that of AIRS levels and the other by comparing it directly to the radiosonde. The direct comparison will show how well AIRS product picks up atmospheric features while the average comparison will show correlation between the two. A drawback for AIRS is clouds; they prevent AIRS from seeing the surface.