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NEW AND IMPROVED RADAR AND SATELLITE ADDED TO THE SITE

Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 11:07pm CDT

We have been making several changes to the site behind the scenes over the last few weeks. Some additional, exciting features are being added. One of which you will notice is the new radar and satellite at the bottom of the home page. The old radar and maps page is now gone. The new radar is fully interactive. You can zoom in or out across the entire United States or make it full screen by using the navigation controls on the left hand side of the radar. There is even options to turn on weather warnings when severe weather is affecting the region.

Other features will be added over the next few weeks, so keep checking back. Be sure to let us know how you like the new radar.

NEW SITE FEATURES: NWS SHORT TERM FORECAST AND HAZARDOUS OUTLOOK ADDED

Wednesday, April 1st, 2015 6:45pm CDT

New website features have been added: The National Weather Service Short Term Forecast and Hazardous Weather Outlook. These items are not issued everyday, but are issued when active weather is in the area or expected to be in the area within the forecast cycle. You can access these new features by clicking on the “Forecast” link on the left navigation menu, then click on the item you wish to view from the pop-out submenu (i.e. “Short Term” or “Hazard Weather”). There is also a direct link to these features under the 2-Day Outlook grid on the home page.