AccuHistory: 1987: A New Television Radar Display, RadarPlus



More at http://TinyURL.com/Accu50th In 1987, AccuWeather Introduces a new television radar display, RadarPlus, matching (6-color) hourly radar images with surface observations to display snow, ice and rain. Promo clip transcription: “AccuWeather’s expertise brings you two great ways to show precipitation. Colorful radar maps of national and regional versions and RadarPlus, the revolutionary new AccuWeather creation that combines over 100 hourly radars with more than 1000 service observation to present the most accurate and descriptive view of precipitation. See the approach, arrival, and retreat of precipitation anywhere in the U.S. and Canada. In addition by special arrangement with Color Graphics, the makers of Live Line and Art Star, you can navigate the latest radar echos, temperatures, and special weather data from AccuWeather over your own base maps.”

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