wX is a free, no-ads, and open-source ( GNU GPLv3 ) advanced weather application that is geared towards storm chasers, meteorologists, and weather enthusiasts.
- - wX is the most popular Android, Mac, iPhone & iPad alternative to PYKL3.
- - wX is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to PYKL3.
RadarScope is a specialized display utility for weather enthusiasts and meteorologists that allows you to view NEXRAD Level 3 radar data and severe weather warnings. It can display the latest reflectivity, velocity, and other radar products from any NEXRAD radar site in the...
- - RadarScope is the most popular commercial alternative to PYKL3.
GRLevel3 Version 2 is a Windows viewer for live and archive NEXRAD Level III data. It displays high resolution base products, dual polarization products, and derived products along with Local Storm Reports and severe weather warnings.
- - GRLevel3 is the most popular Windows alternative to PYKL3.
Developed by Dan Paulat, Supercell Wx is an open-source radar viewing application available for both Linux and Windows. With a strong motivation to address the lack of free radar programs, Paulat took it upon himself to create a program accessible to all users.
- - Supercell Wx is the most popular Linux alternative to PYKL3.
GetNexrad.exe is a tool used to view NOAA WSR-88D Nexrad doppler radar images and compute point and area average rainfall and to generate the basin point file used by GetRealtime.exe for automating computaion of a basin average rainfall time series in real time.
AWIPS (Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System) is a meteorological display and analysis package originally developed by the National Weather Service and Raytheon.
Whether life takes you on on the road, on a rooftop or on the golf course, RadarOmega provides you with high quality NEXRAD/TDWR radar data to keep you alert to rapidly changing weather conditions faster than most conventional weather applications on the market.