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Best Radar Websites Or Apps?

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Scott5114:
GRLevel3 at least is a one-time charge of $80. I think it contains everything you mentioned in Pro Tier II, though I don't remember if it has lightning data (since I am always focused on tornadoes it might have it and I just have it turned off).

Zeffy:

--- Quote from: Scott5114 on April 14, 2021, 03:55:55 AM ---GRLevel3 at least is a one-time charge of $80. I think it contains everything you mentioned in Pro Tier II, though I don't remember if it has lightning data (since I am always focused on tornadoes it might have it and I just have it turned off).

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I have GRLevel2 and it doesn't have lightning strike data, at least not that I know of. RadarScope also has storm tracking with organized cells, along with estimated hail diameter and TVS/mesocyclone parameters.

US 89:
I see no need to spend money on a lightning map when I can get a separate app that does that for free.


--- Quote from: I-55 on April 14, 2021, 03:01:39 AM ---RadarScope also has dualPol, CC, VIL, Precipitation Depiction (snow, rain, mix), storm total rainfall, and some other weird products.

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Hey, those “weird” products are useful!  :poke:

ZLoth:
While not a weather radar app, the Real Time Lightning Map is my go-to page when there are thunderstorms in the DFW area.

I-55:

--- Quote from: US 89 on April 15, 2021, 02:15:50 AM ---I see no need to spend money on a lightning map when I can get a separate app that does that for free.


--- Quote from: I-55 on April 14, 2021, 03:01:39 AM ---RadarScope also has dualPol, CC, VIL, Precipitation Depiction (snow, rain, mix), storm total rainfall, and some other weird products.

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Hey, those “weird” products are useful!  :poke:

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Only for those who know how to use them!

I'm still trying to figure out echo tops...

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