Live Geo-referenced Storm Chaser Video. First in the Field Aerial Live Streaming and Aerial Storm Intercepts. High Resolution Level II Radar Data. Severe Weather Forecasts and Reports by Storm Chasers/Severe Weather Videographers Verne, Michael and Eric Carlson. For live stream and video licensing contact us at: vernecarlson@hotmail.com

KRDO ColoSprgs Storm Chasers!

KRDO

KAKE Wichita Storm Chase Team!

KAKE

Denver's Channel 7 Storm Chasers

KMGH 7 News

License this Live Stream Now!

Follow us LIVE on iMap Tracker! When you see a car we are live.

Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Trying new data sources

So yesterday I looked into the SpotterNetwork after hearing good things from Al Petrycha at the NSCC in Feb and on the compatibility chart it shows StormLab as being the app with the most green checked items for compatibility.

I went ahead and ordered a copy of StormLab and Interwarn. Both products I found were distributed (and maybe written by) meteorogist Evan Bookbinder. I had sent Evan copies of the Storms of 2004, 5 & 6 late last year to be used as spotter training material.

So today in my inbox I have my new authorization codes for both products and will be installing them over lunch and seeing how they work.

I’m still on the fence about what to do with wxworx which has been a great tool and continues to be. I think this will be a transition year for my data sources as I field test cell phone provided data thru StormLab/Interwarn and XM satellite data thru Baron wxworx. I lknow that the Cingular coverage map has large holes in w NE parts of SD and some areas off the interstate in w KS. All areas I find myself in often during chase season.

No comments:

The Carlsons', Verne, Michael and Eric

The Carlsons', Verne, Michael and Eric

Contact Me for Helicopter Shots!

Flying Monkeys

My Blog List

Blog Archive