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GR2Analyst Tornado GRLEVELX



Unleash Your Inner Geek With These Excellent Weather Radar Programs


Sample programs

Gibson Ridge Software, LLC (GRS) was created in March 2005 and produces viewers for weather radar data. GRS applications include GRLevel2 for viewing Level II radar data and GRLevel3 for viewing Level III data. Both viewers feature high speed, high quality radar displays with an intuitive user interface. All GRS applications are written in multithreaded C++ using the base Windows APIs for speed and efficiency.


ProductsGRLevel3 2.00

GR2Analyst 2.00




View storm features in 3D with GR2Analyst’s Volume Explorer

Display 124 nm and 248 nm sweeps for a complete view of hurricanes and other large-scale phenomena

Smoothing reconstructs features distorted by standard bin-oriented displays 

See severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings along with details of Nexrad-identified threats

Learning standards

Massachusetts Earth Science

8.MS-ESS2-5. Interpret basic weather data to identify patterns in air mass interactions and the relationship of those patterns to local weather.

8.MS-ESS2-6. Describe how interactions involving the ocean affect weather and climate on a regional scale, including the influence of the ocean temperature as mediated by
energy input from the Sun and energy loss due to evaporation or redistribution via
ocean currents.

Common Core Math Skills


MP1 Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them Chapters are all based around solving real-world robot problems; students must make sense of the problems to inform their solutions

MP2 Reason abstractly and quantitatively Programming requires students to reason about physical quantities in the world to plan a solution, then calculate or estimate them for the robot

MP4 Model with mathematics Many processes, including the process of programming itself, must be systematically modeled on both explicit and implicit levels


HS-ETS1-2. Design a solution to a complex real-world problem by breaking it down into smaller, more manageable problems that can be solved through engineering.


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