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Remember the promo that we used to run that said something like “constant upgrades to the Severe Weather Center?” Well, this is what we’re talking about.
Recently, we became a participant in a beta test for our weather software. The beta has some cool upgrades and one of the best ones is the ability to show meteograms.
You may be asking… What in the heck is a meteogram?
Well, I’m glad you asked. A meteogram is basically just a graphical form of showing the weather. You take the information and lay it out with the time on the x-axis (bottom) and the values on the y-axis (left side). Then, you graph it. (Read More)
You have probably noticed over the past couple of weeks that the blog posts have been at a minimum. First off, I want to apologize for that. It’s been a really busy time in the Severe Weather Center. Tony was off for a while and I was working his shift. Add that to the fact that we’ve been busy making the transition from our old weather computers to our new weather computers and that doesn’t leave much time to post here.
So, what is this new system? What does it do? How will it affect me? What can I look forward to? Well, let me answer those questions by giving you the rundown of our new systems.
The new system is a product of Weather Central. They’re the same company who supplied our old weather system, too. It’s a great company based out of Madison, Wisconsin. They are the sole provider of all of our weather equipment.
In all, we have 7 different weather computers in the Severe Weather Center. Here’s a breakdown of what they do…