I miss the Regional Radar feature and the ability to animate it.
K Wilcox commented
Yes I agree NO LONGER best weather site. The Radar is no longer specific to my zip code.
Also NO LONGER shows if Barometric Pressure is Steady, Dropping or Rising. As a Migraine sufferer this is vital for me to head off (no pun intended) a severe migraine. New site is full of ads and trash. You have totally TRASHED a perfect weather website.
I was wondering what happened to Weather Underground. Now I see what happened. It's all the way at the bottom of the page.
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Another better site bought out and ruined by Big Business.
Goodbye Weather Underground and thanks for the many years of being the best in weather reporting.
I still have the old WU at work, so I'd like to get rid of the NEW WU on my home computer. I LOVE the regional weather map and could use it today as my daughter is driving many hundreds of miles across several states.
Lynne Posner commented
I ask for the regional radar to be up as a permanent option. But, no matter what map, I insist that someone fix the code so that options that are chosen actually stick. I am speaking specifically about the number of frames displayed, which reverts to 6 each time I animate a map. Please fix this!
The feature does work if you link directly to it on Chrome http://www.wunderground.com/radar/mixedcomposite.asp?region=b4&size=2x&ID=IND19.
But I can't get to it using Chrome from the front page. There is a lot of stuff missing..
:-( It all works in IE.
Go back to original site...the only difference in the new look and TWC is their site works, yours does not. Hate the new look and the radar never works and I'm running 3 different OS systems and they all have the same results....your site is all jacked up and looks like TWC.
The regional radar isn't updating. It's been stuck on Friday, May 16 all weekend, no matter which computer I view it with. It's the most useful for me since it covers a larger area and is a lot easier to view than the newer wundermaps.
Louise M. commented
I agree with Bob G
Well about every other time I go to it, it does not work!
It's still there. Very top menu bar. Click on Maps & Radar. Click on the U.S. Regional Radar. You can still animate it.