Today we’re excited to launch a new premium subscription tier to RadarScope. Our original RadarScope Pro subscription is now called RadarScope Pro Tier 1. Nothing in Tier 1 or the base app has changed. You still have access to all the features you had before, including super-resolution radar products, lightning data, and multi-pane display.
Heavy rain leads to flooding in North Carolina. A constant flow of moisture over the Raleigh-Durham area lead to rainfall totals over 8-inches in some areas on Monday. This area hasn't had this much rain since Hurricane Matthew affected the area last year.Topics: RadarScope | Flood |
Everyone has heard the saying: "April showers bring May flowers." What if those showers are torrential downpours with hail and high winds? Yeah, flowers don't really like that and such is the life of plants when Oklahoma severe weather strikes.Topics: RadarScope | Wind | Thunderstorm | Flood |
Spotter Network reporting has been integrated into RadarScope to help storm spotters and storm chasers have another avenue to report severe weather to the National Weather Service (NWS). Combining the power of high resolution radar available in RadarScope, along with the ability for a spotter to report exactly what they're seeing while in the field, is a natural fit.Topics: RadarScope | Thunderstorm |
Norman, OK- February 28, 2017 - Weather industry leader, Weather Decision Technologies® (WDT) has released the latest version of its premium RadarScope app for Mac. Among many innovative features included, Version 3.3 introduces storm attributes for hail, mesocyclones, and tornado vortex signatures.Topics: RadarScope | Press |
Louisiana was hit by at least five tornadoes on Tuesday, February 7. The National Weather Service sent out multiple crews yesterday to review damage that had been reported. While some areas may still be surveyed, here are their current findings.Topics: RadarScope | Tornado |
Tornadoes don't care what month it is. If the conditions are right then they will form. While most people think severe weather and tornadoes are only a spring season occurrence, they actually can occur any time of the year from January to December. Tornadoes in the South yesterday confirmed that.Topics: WeatherOps | RadarScope | Tornado | Thunderstorm |