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3d-LIIVID™ Radar Manual
Introduction
  1. Index
  2. Introduction
  3. What does 3d-LIIVID Show?
  4. What is the Isosurface Scan?
  5. 3d-LIIVID Coverage Explained
  6. Level II Super High Res Data
  7. The Future of 3d-LIIVID
  8. 3d-LIIVID FAQ
  9. Resolving Java Issues
  10. Becoming a Member
  11. Current Radar Stations
  12. Free Sample

Welcome to the experimental 3d-LIIVID (Level II Volume/Isosurface Display).  The intent of this product is to provide a 3d view of weather events within NWS radar coverage areas.  Not only does this 3d weather radar display depict the height of the clouds, but it also depicts cloud density through the color scale.  The 3d-LIIVID product will be provided through up to five different radar stations at one time.  The radar stations that are available for viewing on any given day will be based on current events to the best of our ability.  This is a list of the currently active radar stations. Below is a sample of 3d-LIIVID super high resolution data displayed in 2d. Level II super high res data is considerably more detailed then level three radar data. Blue Marble Next Generation basemap imagery courtesy of NASA.

  Super High Res Level II Radar
   
 
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