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Current Radar
Current Radar
The Current Radar map shows areas of current precipitation. A weather radar is used to locate precipitation, calculate its motion, estimate its type (rain, snow, hail, etc.), and forecast its future position and intensity. Modern weather radars are mostly doppler radars, capable of detecting the motion of rain droplets in addition to intensity of the precipitation. Both types of data can be analyzed to determine the structure of storms and their potential to cause severe weather. Precipitation type is indicated by the color - green is rain, pink is a mix of rain, freezing rain, sleet, and/or snow, and blue is snow. This is the current map for Radar.

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Satellite
National Infrared Satellite
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The satellite images displayed are infrared (IR) images. Warmest (lowest) clouds are shown in white; coldest (highest) clouds are displayed in shades of yellow, red, and purple.
Surface Analysis
Current Surface Analysis Map
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The Current Surface Analysis image shows current weather conditions, including frontal and high/low pressure positions, satellite infrared (IR) cloud cover, and areas of precipitation.
Precipitation
Daily Precipitation Map
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The Daily Precipitation image shows accumulated precipitation for the last 24 hours.
High Temperatures
High Temperatures Today Map
View the High Temperatures Today Map
The High Temperatures Today image shows the forecast high temperatures for the current day, color contoured every 10 degrees F.
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RAINcast
RAINcast
Daily Precipitation
Daily Precipitation
WINDcast
WINDcast
Golfing
Golfing
Painting
Painting
Gardening
Gardening
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