Sunday, May 11, 2008

A few radar shots from southern Cullman County


12:40 a.m.


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12:48 a.m.


12:49 a.m.

4 comments:

Prid said...

Hey Mike, I've been meaning to ask what website or program you're using to get these shots from. I usually use a combo platter between NWS' Base/Composite radar, SPC's maps, and Weather Underground's NEXRAD radar, but I really like the layout on these radar shots you have. Thanks!

Mike said...

That is Gibson Ridge radar software. They used to offer this as a free trial. I think they still do offer this free for 30 days or something. The best version costs you a one-time fee. I haven't yet obtained that.

Prid said...

Great. I'll have to check that out. Due to last week's tornado warnings in Jefferson, and an event here at work that caused an issue with me following my procedures, I'm having to work on reevaluating our Disaster Recovery plans. I'd also like to have something similar to this, so I can pinpoint and grab radar images to feed to Facilities Mgmt, on the fly. Seems like that might be a better program that jumping all over the Net trying to put things together. I provide this stuff throughout the corporation, so the faster I am when there's an actual warning, the better I feel about getting people to safety. Thanks, Mike. Hope you're doing well!

Mike said...

Thanks Steven. I'm recovering from a lack of sleep and I had an out of town meeting today.

I think you will love GR and will be glad you got it!