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by Noah Lock, on May 16, 2018 10:48:51 AM

In this second part of the series looking at common non-precipitation radar echoes, we will look at several examples of biological scatter, including birds, bats, and insects. Dual-polarization data is …

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Topics:RadarScope

by Mike Wolfinbarger, on May 15, 2018 10:32:28 AM

When bringing RadarScope to a new platform, we try to strike a balance between RadarScope’s unique personality and the way customers expect an app to behave on that platform. While …

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Topics:RadarScope

by Daphne Thompson, on May 15, 2018 10:31:09 AM

Spotters and storm chasers can provide a treasure trove of information useful to NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) researchers by reporting what you see through RadarScope. Tornado sightings are …

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by JT Johnson, on May 14, 2018 1:23:18 PM

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation by which the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union, and the European Commission intend to improve data protection for …

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by Dax Cochran, on May 14, 2018 12:42:24 PM

Over the past year, I've sought to learn from industry colleagues and clients to achieve a high level of understanding of entertainment weather risk in its current state. I have …

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Topics:Live Events

by Noah Lock, on May 10, 2018 2:24:31 PM

Usually, meteorologists and other weather observers use reflectivity to identify where precipitation is falling and how heavy it is. However, sometimes radars detect things that are not precipitation (the fancy …

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Topics:RadarScope

by David Moran, on May 9, 2018 2:39:51 PM

Air is in motion all around us, moving both vertically and horizontally. Whether clouds or precipitation form partially depends on whether air rises or sinks. When air descends, this is …

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Topics:WeatherOps

by David Moran, on May 8, 2018 1:01:31 PM

The location of troughs and ridges can play an essential role in a region's weather. Weather observations above the ground are collected by weather balloons. Data from one a single …

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Topics:WeatherOps

by David Moran, on May 3, 2018 2:59:07 PM

One of the jobs of a forecaster is to anticipate how the profile plotted on a Skew-T diagram may change with time and what implications that may have on a …

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Topics:WeatherOpsPrecipitation

by Eric Faulkner, on May 1, 2018 2:29:13 PM

Spring, especially the month of April, has been unseasonably cold for the Central to Eastern US. Aside from the relentless snowstorms across the Northern Tier, many locations have seen anomalies …

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Topics:Frontier