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    Default Instant Rain check frm SG to mersing

    Hi
    Here is some useful links using Java animation
    to see if you should venture outside..
    Your taxpayers dollars doing its work!

    Singapore region
    http://ulfpettersson.com/ulfp_txp/mo...ate/view70.asp


    All the way to Muar and Mersing.
    http://ulfpettersson.com/ulfp_txp/mo...te/view240.asp

    Note: Observe the time Stamp, this is doppler radar tuned
    to bounce on water droplets. Having some water droplets in
    the air does not mean drizzle or rain.

    When it reaches GREEN it would definitely mean rain.

    Regds
    Allan

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    Need phd in geography to read? :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalbuff
    Need phd in geography to read? :-)
    Hi Maybe this is better this is the DUMB version



    The photo shows rain coming in from Johore whilst at
    4.43 PM you can still be happy in west singapore
    but tonight may bring torrents of rain if the wind blows
    south.


    The animated version found on UP's page sometimes is
    DOWN , like today, but UP's web page gives you an idea
    if the rain is MOVING AWAY or STAYING.. by looking at
    the animation..

    His web page intercepts direct links however the links I posted
    seems to work before today..

    As you can see from today's photo, lots of rain over most
    of Singapore

    Allan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allan Teo
    Hi
    Here is some useful links using Java animation
    to see if you should venture outside..
    Your taxpayers dollars doing its work!

    Singapore region
    http://ulfpettersson.com/ulfp_txp/mo...ate/view70.asp


    All the way to Muar and Mersing.
    http://ulfpettersson.com/ulfp_txp/mo...te/view240.asp

    Note: Observe the time Stamp, this is doppler radar tuned
    to bounce on water droplets. Having some water droplets in
    the air does not mean drizzle or rain.

    When it reaches GREEN it would definitely mean rain.

    Regds
    Allan

    Very cool!

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