posted on Oct, 28 2012 @ 11:16 AM
Originally posted by constant_thought
Back ontopic, it's an interesting find. Would a storm have those characteristics on radar?
Unlikely but the algorithms within the Radar Product Generator (the portion of the NEXRAD or any other weather Doppler radar system) can cause such an
effects. While I myself wouldn't rule out any natural phenomenon, I would bet it was equipment related that caused these fascinating pictures to
ETA: OP do you have a date/time frame of when you saw this?
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Mexico's Weather Radar system
. If you click on the C.
Catradel radar, you can see the pattern in a static form. From the very distant look from my screen it looks like they have some issues with their
radar and it is returning tons of 'noise' -- leading me back to my original speculation it is equipment related.
*Note* The static image is recent. The loop data goes back to Feb 12, 2012.....
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