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03-22-2007, 09:29 PM
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Are you a current member of weathertap?If your not its $73.00 for a full year subscription which includes tropical imagery,severe weather,etc....Its really worth it.

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03-22-2007, 09:31 PM
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Its available for regular members.
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03-22-2007, 10:01 PM
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Following up to my Original, there is apparently a Free trial too..
I have used Weathertap for a few years and I especially like the regional views.In my opinion they are the best. Generally ground clutter is filtered out. The regular local radars images have all products and can be saved even in animation. The radar lab is great for filtering out lower DBZ and you can pick your own color scale. Radar Lab HD is pretty cool. Looks good even though it has only 1 level of base Refl. for now. Plus the radar updates fast. Again for $7 mo its worth it..plus the other products are all there.
I know this sounds like a paid pitch and its not but Its a great tool to have.
I also used Accuweather Radar plus for a while. They don't have level 2 but have some good products. The problem was I could only log on with one browser(netscape) for some reason. It runs off the software weatherscope like OK. mesonet, was glitchy sometimes and was slow to update sometimes. The regionals were okay as you could also filter it. The premium products look pretty good though..kinda surprised I don't hear more user use this..
GRLEVEL-ll-lll though are still fantastic on products and ease of use and color scales you can make. Wouldn't trade for weathertap HD but use the WT with it.
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03-22-2007, 10:04 PM
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Set the DBZ filter to 25...Looks great.
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03-22-2007, 10:10 PM
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It depends how much you want to filter out. Usually precip 5-15 DBZ doesn't even reach the ground .However in thunderstorms if you have the DBZ set at 5 you can see outflow boundaries etc. Nice thing is you can constantly adjust it..
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03-23-2007, 08:30 AM
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Hurricane29 Wrote:Are you a current member of weathertap?If your not its $73.00 for a full year subscription which includes tropical imagery,severe weather,etc....Its really worth it.

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I am a member... I'm a bit confused here. To use RadarLab HD, do I first have to download RadarLab GIS? Or do I just go to the RadarLab HD page, and click on the site I want from the map?
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03-23-2007, 09:11 AM
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RadarLab HD™ is available at no extra cost to all WeatherTAP subscribers. The classic RadarLab™ tool has not been discontinued and is still available on the site as well. You can access either tool from the new RadarLab™ launch page (example), or alternatively by clicking on the approriate button at the bottom of every local radar page (example).

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03-23-2007, 10:13 AM
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Ares Wrote:I am a member... I'm a bit confused here. To use RadarLab HD, do I first have to download RadarLab GIS? Or do I just go to the RadarLab HD page, and click on the site I want from the map?

Ares,you go to the radarlab HD page and click on the site you want to view.If I can help please let me know.
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03-23-2007, 12:44 PM
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crossmaker69 Wrote:Ares,you go to the radarlab HD page and click on the site you want to view.If I can help please let me know.

Thanks! I'll try that when I get home.
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03-23-2007, 02:53 PM
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Thanks for the help everyone, I got it working!
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