Meteorology Image Tracker - MIT 1.10
There are numerous meteorology websites world wide that display and animate satellite and radar images as well as various weather charts describing wind and pressure data.
However, the images and charts available to the public at any given time only represent a brief snapshot of weather activity (e.g. Australia's BOM displays the latest four radar images taken 10 minutes apart). This may not be enough when wanting to gather continuous information to make an informed analysis of weather patterns and determine future expectations.
MIT overcomes this shortfall by downloading, saving and animating the images available from numerous websites.
Version 1.10 comes with 5 meteorology website addresses already included plus the option of easily adding another 17 sites. You can also configure the details of other sites into MIT.
Easy to use, MIT includes a Help feature and email support. Perfect for any weather watcher - student, lecturer, farmer, fisherman etc
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