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Introducing the new Ultimate Weather App. Unlike other apps, this app will use actual observations (not an electromagnetic beam) to show where precipitation is. This app will show users the location of all 5 precipitation types (rain, snow, sleet, freezing rain, and hail). Most other weather apps only show rain, snow, and “mix.” Some weather programs (like Radar Scope Pro and GrEARTH) charge $19.99 a month. The Ultimate Weather App only costs $9.99 as a one-time fee. Pay $9.99 once, and you’ll have the app forever.
I would like to know where I can find a free online radar that shows the following precipitation types: freezing rain/ice pellets/hail/snow/rain. This radar must also have an archive. I am NOT looking for the typical rain/snow/mix radar.
I would like to create the ultimate free online weather visualization tool. Specifics are below. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask. Dimensions Time Start: 1000 AD January 1, midnight End: 10 years from current time Resolution: Every second Latitude Start: 90S End 90N resolution 0.00001 degrees. Longitude Start 180E End 180W resolution 0.00001 degrees Height: Start 1000 m below sea level End 10,000,000 m above sea level Resolution: 0.1 meter. Some heights will be in the ground, but we will use thermodynamic equations and lapse rates for this. Contoured Weather Parameters Precipitation Type (rain, hail, snow, ice pellets, or freezing rain) Precipitation Intensity (inches per hour, visibility, and drops per square meter per second) Total precip Accumulation Temperature Dewpoint Barometric Pressure (mb) Wind Speed and Direction Sky Coverage Sources Citizen Weather Observing Program Eastern US Weather Forums American Weather Forums mPING GrEARTH UCAR Mesowest GrADS CoCoRaHS Earth at Nullschool Accuweather Forums NOAA Reanalysis Climate Reconstruction Any and all citizen weather observations Wundermap Global Forecast System Long Range Models GrLevel2