Today, we’re releasing RadarScope 3.5 for Android, iOS, and macOS. It includes a couple of long-requested new features, as well as some compatibility tweaks for upcoming OS releases and a few bug fixes. Here’s a summary of the major changes:Topics: RadarScope |
Have you ever looked at a RadarScope image and wondered what the associated weather would look like? Sometimes it is easy to understand what you are looking at on radar and sometimes it isn't. So, let's compare some RadarScope data with real life images.Topics: RadarScope | Thunderstorm | Precipitation |
Are you trying to check a specific radar but get a persistent error message? You've checked that your internet connection is fine... You've shut RadarScope down and reopened it - only to get the same error... What's going on?Topics: RadarScope |
Vertically Integrated Liquid (VIL) can be used to identify some features in storms. These features include hail, multicell thunderstorms and downbursts.
A velocity couplet seen on a RadarScope weather radar image may indicate the potential for a tornado, leading to tornado warnings being issued. While some cases clearly show the tornado potential, other cases may not be as clear cut.Topics: RadarScope | Tornado |
As both a meteorologist and an amateur astronomer, I know first-hand the impact weather has on both visual observing and astrophotography. Weather will certainly be a major factor for the upcoming August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse, particularly cloud cover.Topics: WeatherOps | RadarScope | Frontier |
We have all experienced a gust front, or outflow boundary, before. It is a process associated with thunderstorms and can cause winds strong enough to cause damage. While tied to thunderstorms, the gust front gets to you before the storm does.Topics: WeatherOps | RadarScope | Wind | Thunderstorm |