If you’ve ever looked at your RadarScope velocity menu, you have seen super-res velocity, base velocity, and this product named Storm Relative Mean Velocity. But what is it and how does it differ from other velocity products?Topics: RadarScope | Cross Enterprise | Thunderstorm |
What is reflectivity really showing us and should you be concerned when you see scary colors? This is the second installment of the RadarScope Lunch & Learn webinar series. Ever wondered what different tilts tell us, how the radar gathers data or what a hail spike is?Topics: RadarScope |
If you live in the Houston area, Thursday afternoon must have been quite loud. Highly electrical severe storms passed through the area on May 19, causing flash flooding along the way. Flights were delayed and vehicles became stranded in high water.Topics: WeatherOps | RadarScope | Lightning | Thunderstorm |
With the first of May comes the peak month for tornadic activity on the southern plains and the May 7-9 sequence has produced the first tornadic outbreak of the month. Initially starting with the Wray, CO tornadoes on May 7, the focus shifted to Kansas and Oklahoma where most notably a brief tornado occured near Marlow, Oklahoma on May 8th.
Marlow, OK (photo credit: Brian Mejia)Topics: RadarScope | Tornado | Hail |
On this Cinco de Mayo, I bet many of you are looking forward to eating some tacos, fajitas or tamales. Some of you may already be contemplating a margarita! While you are visiting your local Mexican food establishments, it is important to remember that weather information should be easily understandable for those who are cooking and serving you. It should be important for everyone.Topics: RadarScope |
It's that time of year when severe weather seems to be happening more and more frequently. Are you prepared? Do you know what to do when severe weather is expected in your area?Topics: WeatherOps | RadarScope | Tornado | Hail | Thunderstorm |