WeatherWall for Mac OS X

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  1. Zac Flamig

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    Just released over the weekend, I figured some of you may like it.
    This is a combination of the WeatherWall Mobile, Soundings Mobile, Surface Mobile & Satellite Mobile apps for iOS.
    It features all the radar basics, reflectivity, velocity & the dual pol products. It also features GOES-East & GOES-West Visible, Infrared and Water Vapor imagery. Skew-T Log-P plots are also provided for observations & GFS/NAM/RAP forecasts.

    WeatherWall in the Mac App Store

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    Let me know what you think, and if there are any features you would like to see!
     
  2. Zac Flamig

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    New version has been released with many new features. Including support for grlevel3 like custom color tables. Added AllisonHouse lightning support as well.

    Let me know what you guys think and if you have any feature requests!
     

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    i will check it out this weekend
     
  4. Gregg Schulz

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    Does in have full integration of AllisonHouse data or just for lightning?
     
  5. Zac Flamig

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    It supports AllisonHouse for SPC Mesoscale discussions, SPC Watches, Lightning, Radar Storm Tracks and Tropical Storm Tracks. Support for getting radar data from AllisonHouse isn't available yet but will be in the near future.
     
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    Just curious if any of you have run this program and can post a video link of how it works. Being it runs $99.00 to get it plus a Allisonhouse subscription. I'm sure others would like to see it in action also.

    Thanks,
    Tim
     

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