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Updates

2.1.3 Update – April 10, 2016

New user interface fatures, more models, and a few fixes:

  • More Pivotal Weather models added (HRRR, RAP). More to come soon.
  • Added frame selector buttons to immediately jump to any particular image.
  • “Hover mode” available for frame selector buttons. Enable and the image will change just as you hover over them. Just click on a button to move your mouse out of the region without the image changing.
  • Fixed a bug that would only allow the page to under-utilize available screen space. Those with larger monitors should see more imagery displayed at it’s full size.
  • Cleaned up some of the underlying code.

There will be a batch of UI adjustments and improvements coming soon to make the page easier to use on the desktop and mobile devices alike.


2.1.2 Update – April 7, 2016

New products, enhancements, and the removal of one data source:

  • Pivotal Weather models added (RPDS, GDPS, NAM, 4km NAM, GFS). More to come soon.
  • Collge of Dupage model selection expanded.
  • SREF model from the NWS has been added.
  • Model run algorithm generalized and optimized. Should fix remaining problems with generation of available model runs.
  • Some categories now have default selections that are _not_ the first entry in the list!
  • Some additional error checking enabled. Should reduce rare bugs.
  • TwisterData imagery has been depreciated and removed.

2.1.1 Update – March 12, 2015

The model viewer has been updated to version 2.1.1. Included in this update:
  • New Feature: The frame slider now has tick marks on it marking various forecast times (T+ hours) available in the image loop.
  • Minor bug fixes.

2.1 Update – November 5, 2014

The model viewer has been updated to version 2.1. Included in this update:
  • New Features:
    • Frame Scrolling: You can now use your mouse wheel or trackpad to move through the image loops. Simply move the mouse cursor over the image or frame slider and scroll! You can toggle the feature on and off using the "Frame Scrolling" button and inverse the direction of scrolling in the option dropdown attached to the button. Coming soon will be sensitivity options, but a bit more testing is needed to find the sweet spot for high-resolution trackpads.
    • You can now press ? to bring up a window that shows you all of the available keyboard shortcuts (we have a lot!). That window will eventually include some additional options and documentation as well.
  • Bug fixes:
    • "Image Missing" image now matches the size of other images in the loop. No more UI jutter when animating a loop with some missing imagery!
    • Option dropdown menus now remain open when clicking on options inside them.
    • Miscellaneous bug fixes; groundwork for better time & date management.
Enjoy the new features! We hope to have version 2.2 out by the end of the year with a few more goodies!

Major Update – October 18, 2014

Welcome to the new and improved version of the AWM Model Viewer! We've rebuilt the entire thing from the ground up to make it as fast, responsive and easy-to-use as possible! We've expanded the model imagery available, optimized loading routines, made failure states more robust, developed the entire thing with what web developers call "responsive design", which simply means the page will reorganize itself to work on any sized screen (hooray for smartphone compatibility), and threw in a few other nice features – such as a dark mode.We are far from done developing this; expect a bit of documentation on how to use it and what the keyboard shortcuts are as well as further imagery and improvements to the site. The new structure allows me to fix problems or add new products very quickly, so this page should see a little more care and attention than it used to.We're very excited to launch the next step in AWM tools. This page demonstrates nicely the template for the updates to the Satellite & RADAR viewers, and a lot of the design cues from this will be implemented into a new METAR Viewer. We may even have a few other surprises up our sleeves for early next year.Enjoy! I hope you find this page useful and feel free to send feedback via e-mail to feedback (at) aweathermoment.com or to @WeatherInThePeg or @aweathermoment on Twitter!

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