A refreshing dip in humidity! Temps are in the 50s in some areas this morning. Zach Maloch tells us how long this sticks around. — It's looking like a pleasant Wednesday for late June in North Carolina. On TV, Meteorologist Zach Maloch tells us how long this nice stretch of cooler weather will last.
Published: 2007-04-16 11:41:25
Updated: 2007-04-16 11:41:25
Posted April 16, 2007 11:41 a.m. EDT
MIKE MOSS SAYS: Matthew, The radar imagery shows actual observed echoes of existing precipitation, so the loop-s act as a history and current position of areas of rain and storm cells. There is a feature on the Doppler 5000 and VIPIR radar display software that we occasionally use on the air called Future Scan that applies an alorithm that can make a short-term extrapolation of how the precipitation might continue to evolve over the next 30 minutes to one hour or so, but that feature is not available for the web.