Iowa Storm Chasing Network Receives Software Update

HRRRLightningThreat4After months of planning and development, a revolutionary new Windows software tool named ATMOGRAPH ModelVis was released today – the first ever Windows program to consolidate and visualize all the major public domain weather models onto a single 3D-globe map, while allowing access to raw model grid files exactly as they are uploaded to NOAA servers. As an alternate means of viewing weather model data, meteorologists and enthusiasts alike are bound to take joy in the prospect of not needing to rely on static pre-drawn, browser-based images services which take sometimes up to an hour after model run completion to finalize.
AtmoGraph can visualize native, full resolution model data on an interactive 3D globe and allows users to import custom GRIB model data or even Placefile data (e.g. AllisonHouse feeds) – all without an expensive subscription. In a market that is dominated by subscription-based services, AtmoGraph customers will be proud to know that they own access for life to the world’s top weather models and free lifetime product updates.

AtmoGraph is also currently the only product on the market which delivers access to extreme resolution HRRR model data, months before this new model goes operational, without a subscription. To learn more about the product’s many features and patent-pending technology, download a 14-day free trial at or visit their Facebook page here.

Zach Sharpe

My name is Zach Sharpe. I am the president and forecaster for the Iowa Storm Chasing Network. You can find me on Twitter @Stormchaserzach and on Facebook at:

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