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Dashing Through the Snow, in a One-truck Radar Dish

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Image of the Doppler-on-Wheels.

Snow, sleet, hail or blizzard: The Doppler-on-Wheels braves the elements.

Credit: Trevor Alcott, University of Utah


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Animation of a lake-effect snowstorm over the Wasatch Front and Mountains of northern Utah. The Wasatch Mountains are the stationary, bright red features on the right-hand side of the image.

Credit: Produced by Jim Steenburgh using the Unidata Integrated Data Viewer (IDV).

 

Radar image of a lake-effect storm in northern Utah.

Credit: Produced by Jim Steenburgh using the Unidata Integrated Data Viewer (IDV).

 

Image of the Doppler-on-Wheels in Utah's Wasatch Range.

Facing into wind and snow along Utah's Wasatch Range, the Doppler-on-Wheels stands tall.

Credit: Jim Steenburgh, University of Utah


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Image of scientists studying radar images of a blizzard inside the Doppler-on-Wheels.

Warm and dry inside the Doppler-on-Wheels, scientists study radar images of a blizzard.

Credit: Jim Steenburgh, University of Utah


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Doppler-on-Wheels radar image showing a lake-effect snowband over northern Utah.

Doppler-on-Wheels radar image showing a lake-effect snowband over northern Utah.

Credit: Jim Steenburgh, University of Utah


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