Wunderground Radar Save Image Workaround

By: Hurricane1216, 9:41 PM GMT on March 20, 2015

With the new Wunderground layout, saving images is quite buggy. Clicking "save image" on a radar site's page will only give you the latest base reflectivity radar frame, even if you wanted to display another radar output (like base velocity) or selected multiple frames. Here I'll show you how to work around this problem and retrieve the radar image you want, using the Austin-San Antonio radar (KEWX) as an example.

First click "save image" as usual, and th...

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Updated: 9:42 PM GMT on March 20, 2015

Invest 96L Progresses Towards the Leewards; An Unclear Threat Down The Road

By: Hurricane1216, 3:41 AM GMT on August 22, 2014

Invest 96L continues to show signs of organization as it trudges towards the Leeward Islands this evening. According to the last entry into the ATCR (0000z), the disturbance did contain tropical storm-force winds of 35 kts and possessed a pressure of 1009 mb. The motion of the storm given the past two fixes of 96L yields a WNW (305 degree) motion at around 23 mph (38 km/h), which correlates with what recon was fixing earlier today. As of the latest Tropical Weather ...

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TDC: Tuesday Stands for Cumulus? (May 28, 2013)

By: Hurricane1216, 8:43 PM GMT on May 28, 2013

The Daily Crunch details today's weather events in the Greater Austin area, as defined by the counties of Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Williamson.

Today, as we near the beginning of June, we are met with warmer weather once again after a period of wet and stormy skies. Satellite imagery this afternoon show scattered cumulus clouds all over the Greater Austin metropolitan. As we've been having this whole week due to the influences of the Azores Hig...

TDC: The Rains Begin to Taper Finally! (May 26, 2013)

By: Hurricane1216, 1:56 PM GMT on May 26, 2013

The Daily Crunch details today's weather events in the Greater Austin area, as defined by the counties of Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Williamson.


Figure 1: Friday's (and 7 hours of yesterday) gargantuan rainfall; an event which coalesced to form one of Greater Austin's more wetter days.

Since I won't be here for much of the day today (gone to Houston!) here's a quick synopsis of what I'm expecting for the Greater Austin metro.

TDC: Record Flooding Event Continues Across Central Texas (May 25, 2013)

By: Hurricane1216, 4:08 PM GMT on May 25, 2013

The Daily Crunch details today's weather events in the Greater Austin area, as defined by the counties of Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Williamson.


Figure 1: Warnings and watches across the Austin-San Antonio Weather Forecast Office area this morning.

The severe and record flooding event that began yesterday continues into today and possibly into tonight and into Sunday. The rain can be attributed to an abundance of tropical moisture...

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I discovered WU in 2006 and have been a weather enthusiast since the age of 3. I'm also a Wikipedia editor and high school freshman. I live in Austin.

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