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WeatherWRAL WeatherCenter Blog : greg/mike/elizabeth..i know you are happy about the new radar..however a few of us weather geeks hate that north carolina background is such a light color it is harder to see where the rain is..why so much lighter? And could the color be changed?
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : With the new DUALDoppler5000 has WRAL lost the HD ViPiR?
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : As I watched Greg's weather spot one afternoon, he pointed to an "H" (for "high") on the weather map and then referred to the counter-clockwise rotation about the high. The arrows on the map looked like a clockwise rotation to me, so I tuned in again for the evening coverage at which time he referred to the exact same map using the term "clockwise" rotation. I find wind references confusing anyway, since a "northerly wind" refers (I think) to a wind out of the north instead of a wind pointing to the north. So I have to wonder if the same backwards reference might apply to the rotation description. And, while I'm at it, I would also ask whether the rotations about a high are the same or opposite in the southern hemisphere. THANKS.
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : Here is a question that I posed on a recent weekend car trip with my husband that neither of us had a logical explanation for..... Mostly all weather systems seem to approach NC/East Coast States from the "West/S-W" in line with the counter clockwise rotataion of the Earth, so how is it possible that our Atlantic hurricane systems form off the coast of Africa and travel 'against' the typical weather pattern/rotation of Earth?
SportsHigh School Sports : Nick Stevens: It's Midterm Time
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