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Dan Wilson, The WAVE, announces new weather tracking radar

By Daniel Wilson, Weather Specialist
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WHVE has new radar technology. During the tornadoes last night 92.7 The I tracked the storms on their new live, real time radar system. The 2 images show the tornadic storm. On a local level, Power Max Doppler can zoom street level on any country throughout the region.If readers have comments or questions about the new radar, they can email Daniel Wilson at

Daniel Wilson is weather specialist at 92.7 FM The Wave, who added, "Thanks, for doing good in your neighborhood!

This story was posted on 2008-03-15 02:59:08
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