04.14.2005 08:00 AM
AccuWeather to show new Predictive Radar, StormMaster systems

AccuWeather will show its new Predictive Radar, a television radar that accurately predicts storms four hours into the future, and StormMaster, a radar system for prediction of severe weather, at NAB2005.

AccuWeather’s new four-hour Predictive Radar generates accurate, highly localized forecasts of the movement, path, growth and decay of storms in a station’s DMA. Predictive Radar uses advanced artificial intelligence techniques to analyze real-time, very high-resolution, continually updated Level II data from the Next Generation Radar (NEXRAD) system.

AccuWeather’s new StormMaster complements Predictive Radar adding severe storms analysis capability, which creates the most accurate, timely, local predictions of damaging severe weather.

For more information, visit booth C5111 or go to www.accuweather.com.

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