RadarScope 2.3 for Mac – In action!

Tonight the first strong cold front of the fall season is pushing across the plains states firing off a potent round of severe storms. Fortunately the primary threats are only high winds and flooding. No tornadoes.

I decided to take this opportunity to show off RadarScope for Mac which happened to be updated earlier today to the latest version. If you’re a user of our Mac app, check the App Store for your update! If you are a Mac user and have not yet added RadarScope to your Dock, well, what are you waiting on?

RadarScope 2.3 for Mac, released today, includes:
– Data inspector tool (no subscription required)
– Long-range Canadian reflectivity
– New storm report icons

Take a look at the image below and note the large amount of products available for Level II data. In addition, simplicity of the interface is very clear here; something most radar apps and software simply cannot offer.

The full list of RadarScope radar product offering.

From this view you can see the interrogation tool over north Tulsa County showing winds associated with a severe thunderstorm in excess of 55mph:

RadarScope Interrogation Tool


Whether you are scanning reflectivity for a mesocyclone’s tell-tale hook echo, trying to pinpoint the landfall of a hurricane’s eye wall, or looking for small features like velocity couplets in the storm relative radial velocity product, RadarScope gives you the power to view true radial NEXRAD weather radar.

The Data:

If you’re a developer, make sure you check out our SkyWise weather analytics and data feeds. The next big weather app is no doubt right around the corner and it could be yours!

Leave your information below if you have questions about the app or would like more information about raw data to integrate with your own project. We’d love to hear from you!

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