Here in Bradenton, just South of St. Pete we've begun to feel the effects of the outer bands of Alberto. The wind is about 20mph in gusts and the rain is heavy and steady at times, intermittent with a drizzle. We need the rain so this is a blessing of a sort, we just hope not to see the heavier winds. Big fat drops are hitting the skylights as I speak. Yeahh!!!
I noticed many giving out radar links, so wanted to share a program that eliminates the need for all those. It's called GRLevel3 It doesn't require much bandwidth or memory to run, you can select from hundreds of radar stations, you can look at the radar in so many ways, and add as much/little detail as you want, it archives the information so you can watch a long animation over a period of time or pause, etc. It rocks.
And no, I'm not connected with them in any way, shape, form or fashion. I just love this prog.
Anyway, may you all be Blessed with no major hurricanes this year, for the first time in two years! And here is the link....
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