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National Weather web page - Intellicast

louiskathy
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I found a new all-in-one-spot weather/radar/warnings web page.
I've only been looking at it for the past two days but so far
it tops anything else I've seen available.


Intellicast web page - weather and radar
Kathy
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Veebyes
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Bought a smartphone more for being able to get a radar shot on the go than anything else. Before that the ham radio VHF helped out more than a couple times talking to somebody in the area who did have radar. Saved our hides out in the middle of Kansas one day.
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CavemanCharlie
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enblethen wrote:
All the weather links use the same satellite information that they get from NOAA. Sure they have different "models" they use for inputting their crystal ball.
NOAA


I use NOAA as my primary source.

But, I like Weather Underground for the ease and more local forecast of things like wind speed and precipitation amount.

My cell phone came with AccuWeather. Their radar screen sucks. It's covers to much area and can't be expanded or zoomed in to the area where you need it to be.

I also have a weather radio in my TT that I use for emergency warnings .

RoyB
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Been using INTELLICAST and WUNDERGROUND for years here... Intellicast is a much larger memory hog program for me however -

Roy Ken
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Dick_A
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I have used intellicast for many years and have found the forecasts to be fairly accurate.
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Veebyes
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enblethen wrote:
All the weather links use the same satellite information that they get from NOAA. Sure they have different "models" they use for inputting their crystal ball.
NOAA


NOAA is the horses mouth. Everything you need to know & much more. You just need to be able to decifer it all. Some of the secondary weather sources do a good job of repackaging NOAA info & making it look pretty.
Boat: 32' 1996 Albin 32+2, single Cummins 315hp
40+ night per year overnighter

2007 Alpenlite 34RLR
2006 Chevy 3500 LT, CC,LB 6.6L Diesel

Ham Radio: VP9KL, IRLP node 7995

scrubjaysnest
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We've used it for several years.
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dewey02
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Excellent - Thanks much.

LynnandCarol
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Yes, we have also been using it. The one below give temp/stats if you hover your mouse...


http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/zoa/mwmap3.php?map=usa

enblethen
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All the weather links use the same satellite information that they get from NOAA. Sure they have different "models" they use for inputting their crystal ball.
NOAA

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2gypsies1
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We have that one on our phones.
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Fizz
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Yup, good one.
I've been using the iPad app version for years now, my main goto for weather.

restlesswind
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Agree...One of the best that I have found.
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