The WeatherOps platform is for those who have ultra deep pockets. One to three days of coverage is $650.00, so it's more or less out of reach for us regular chasers.
Yep, thanks for the reminder. I try to go more by storm structure than radar, but I need the radar to keep the big picture.One quick note to any new chasers wanting to use radar apps on the road.... remember there are inherent hazards on relying solely on radar data or chase-related data. It's been discussed on ST before so I won't go into detail. Loss of data reception, interpretation in relation to your position, driver distraction, and misreading time stamps are all potential hazards that have killed people or caused serious risk.
That's still the case with Mobile Threat Net, and now the activation fee is waived if you take up to a six month break.Sounds like Baron’s want to price themselves right out of the market. It wasn’t that long ago that they were $600 per year for satellite service and you could turn it on and off for a few months for an activation fee during chase season.
That it is...wow!!GR2AE is a beast unto itself.
Thanks you, appreciate the answer@Marc R. O'Leary @James Taylor The advantage to Allison House in RadarScope is "High Availability". By default RadarScope users can pull radar data from either NOAA or WDT (now DTN - the company that owns RadsrScope). On big days these servers get quite a load and you may have trouble downloading radar data. Every year I hit this some day in May and I go reactivate my Allison House account and I instantly get radar again. There are even greater advantages to using Allison House in Gibson Rodge, as your basic Allison House subscription includes a ton of really useful placefiles.