Celebrating 10-Years of RadarScope with an All-new Version for Windows 10 Users

April 05, 2018 by Daphne Thompson
Topics:   RadarScope |

Norman, OK – April 05, 2018 — Weather Decision Technologies, Inc.® (WDT), the world’s leading decision support and weather analytics company announces the release of RadarScope® 1.0 on the Microsoft Store. Version 1.0 includes basic RadarScope functionality, with in-app purchases of Pro Tiers 1 and 2 arriving later this year. The app is also available for Android, iOS and Mac. 

“Windows support has been one of the top customer requests for some time,” says Mike Wolfinbarger, VP Mobile Development at WDT. “We’re pleased to have reached a point where we can extend the RadarScope experience our customers have long enjoyed on other platforms to Windows 10."

RadarScope for Windows

RadarScope launched in 2008 as only the 16th app on the Apple Store. Designed for weather enthusiasts and meteorologists, RadarScope is a consistent Top 10 app that allows mobile, Mac, and tablet users to view and interact with high-resolution weather radar images, lightning data, and severe weather warnings. The latest reflectivity, velocity, and other radar products from any radar site in the United States, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, South Korea, and now Japan can be displayed on the app.

About WDT, Inc.
Headquartered in Norman, OK, WDT provides organizations with actionable weather analytics and decision support. The company helps clients leverage weather information for profit and safety globally. Hazardous weather detection, prediction, and decision analytics are available via APIs and GIS layers, as well as WDT’s leading risk mitigation SaaS platform, WeatherOps®. WDT takes business continuity activities to the next level by assigning expert meteorologists to monitor global assets and provide live, one-on-one consulting before and during severe weather situations.

Daphne Thompson

Daphne is the Content Marketing Manager. Her prior experience includes working at the National Weather Center, Norman Emergency Management, and National Weather Service. With a degree in Meteorology from OU and previous outreach experience, she is able to bridge the gap between science and the general public.