thekillercrusader said:During our visit, Meteorologist Gary Conte told us that a water tower near the radar blocks a tiny fraction of reflectivity. That fraction amplifies over a long distance, becoming significant enough to take a chunk out of the data!
Yeah so anything after "now" is computer generated based on the radar, so it's moving that line as if it's a feature of the radar return. The algorithm they're using to project anything beyond "now" doesn't discern that region as being static. You can find this on some websites but as far as historical radar data, this line has remained there and never moved for at least 11 years.Yup. It definitely moves. But it starts moving at "now" in the AccuWeather animation. The line persists and drifts in the projected future radar map.