Nice source for radar / satellite images for weather

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by MrMario64, August 29, 2004.

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    has anyone else found any other really nice looking satellite loops?
     
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    Especially some with clouds, not rain. I don´t like the rain loops, because they only show when it´s already raining. ;)
     
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    Actually I was looking for some ones with clouds or rain.....Specifically ones for the U.S.has anyone seen any cool ones?
     
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    oh. did not realize you´re from the u.s.
    so you checked the intellicast and weatherchannel ones provided within samsonites link, i guess?

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    Try the weather underground. They have US regional and local satellite, radar (IR/Vis) and some are in loops. They also have a Flash version that let's you zoom into the image. :idea: Wonder if MP supports Flash.. I think I'll test that tonight.

    http://www.wunderground.com
     
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