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GRLevel3 or GR2Analyst

WesL

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I love love love GR2Analyst.... that being said I use GRLevel3. GRAnalyst is great for picking apart one storm or even better pulling down the archives and looking at storms in the past. But I don't love it for day to day use.. It seems a little laggy while GRLevel3 is fast and quick to respond.

I also own WSV3 and I like it as well. However, it is overkill with all the options and such.
 

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I have both GRlevel Analyst and 3. I use Analyst more than GRlevel 3. In my opinion, though, you can't have too many weather softwares at your disposal. I just wish I had more monitors.
Amen brother! I have a 5 monitor setup at work. Everyone laughed but now I have people copying my setup
 

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I love love love GR2Analyst.... that being said I use GRLevel3. GRAnalyst is great for picking apart one storm or even better pulling down the archives and looking at storms in the past. But I don't love it for day to day use.. It seems a little laggy while GRLevel3 is fast and quick to respond.

I also own WSV3 and I like it as well. However, it is overkill with all the options and such.
If you ever have a question about WSV3, let me know, and I'll be glad to help. That being said, a new update is out that fixes some of the known issues.
 
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