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How Does Radar Work?

9th August 2016 | Joel Gratz

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Weather radar sits on the ground and scans the lower atmosphere looking for precipitation. - © WeatherQuestions.com

Weather radar sits on the ground and scans the lower atmosphere looking for precipitation.
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Weather radar sits on the ground and scans the lower atmosphere looking for precipitation. - © WeatherQuestions.com
Solitude really lives up to its name. When Alta and the Bird have crowded parking lots and long lift lines the Tude remains a quite skiers paradise. This shot is in-bounds right of the Summit chairlift on a run called Back Door. It was late in the afternoon and as you can see theirs not a track in sight.

Solitude really lives up to its name. When Alta and the Bird have crowded parking lots and long lift lines the Tude remains a quite skiers paradise. This shot is in-bounds right of the Summit chairlift on a run called Back Door. It was late in the afternoon and as you can see theirs not a track in sight.

Solitude really lives up to its name. When Alta and the Bird have crowded parking lots and long lift lines the Tude remains a quite skiers paradise. This shot is in-bounds right of the Summit chairlift on a run called Back Door. It was late in the afternoon and as you can see theirs not a track in sight.

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