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nice! it is possible to save the radar loops as gif files, so you can re-view the spectacular weather.I-)
i would like to find the radar loop for that - do you recall the day / time that was taken? I-)
I took the screencap on the afternoon of March 24.
never mind - can't be done. please delete these last two comments and sorry for cluttering up your blog.I-)
Try the National Weather Service site instead, where you can get the radar loops as gif files.Here's the big one for the entire country.http://radar.weather.gov/Conus/Loop/NatLoop.gif
it is the historical loop that that cannot the gotten. unless you know where they store them???I-)
Thanks, Alan. You can even see the little bit of rain we're getting right now in SoCal.
Did you see the video of that snow-then-sun-every-15-minutes on /r/madisonwi?
Hadn't seen the video, but I saw the weather first-hand. Tried to drive through it. Left home in bright sunshine, 3 minutes later had to pull off Seminole for lack of visibility, then had bright sunshine in five more minutes at Mineral Point. Watched out the window during my meeting there as the weather alternated between February and May. Totally bizarre.