Storm trackers have relied on Doppler radars and ground reports for years in order to track systems, assess damages, and predict weather patterns. It is a very hit-and-miss process, and even more so when it comes to hail. Hail is a very unpredictable phenomenon; very specific weather conditions are required for its formation. Tracking hail is tricky and it can lead to some frustration. That’s why we at HailStrike are proud to introduce the AniSwath:
The AniSwath is a revolutionary program that allows users to easily track hail storms. By using the radar stations that are scattered around the nation and condensing the information, we are able to display precisely where hail has fallen. AniSwaths will show the storm path(s), how many hits were recorded, how intense the storm was, where the hail landed, and how long the storm lasted. This program is second-to-none when it comes to tracking hail. For more information, go to the main HailStrike site. Roofers should take notice!