Live Radar Imagery

Live Radar Imagery
A list of all live weather radars across the Western North Pacific.



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Hong Kong Radar Imgaery
The Hong Kong Radar is operated by the
 Hong Kong Observatory.The Radar station is situated at the peak of Tai Mo Shan, Hong Kong's tallest mountain.

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Notice to viewers:
  • The image shows the rainfall rate at a height of 3 km above mean sea level, as observed by Hong Kong Observatory's weather radar. HKT means Hong Kong Time. The colour scale on the right indicates the magnitude of the rainfall rate.
  • Weather radar detects rain in the atmosphere by measuring the intensity of signals reflected from raindrops. This signal intensity depends on a number of factors. Generally speaking, the larger the raindrops are and the more their amount is, the stronger is the reflected signal, which appear in orange, red and pink
  • An empirical formula is used to convert the signal intensity into rainfall rate. Thus, the rainfall rate presented here is only an estimate. Furthermore, the rainfall rate refers to the 3-km level, so that the rainfall reaching ground could be very different. For surface rainfall distribution over Hong Kong, please visit http://www.weather.gov.hk/wxinfo/rainfall/isohyete.shtml.
  • Weather radar may occasionally pick up reflected signals from sources other than rain, such as reflections from clouds, trees, buildings, birds, hills, sea waves and even distant land mass. Please exercise care when viewing the image, as these signals may occasionally show up on the radar image.
  • The time of the radar image represents the time when the radar completes its scans. Usually, it will take about half an hour to generate the radar image and upload it to the website.
                                                                                                                           
Taiwan Radar
This radar image is a combination of data from radar stations across
Taiwan.Operated by the Central Weather Bureau.
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Korea Radar
This Radar image is a combination of data from radar stations across Korea.Operated by the Korea Meteorological Administration.
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China Radar
The China Radar is operated by The Public Weather Service Center of CMA, which multiple Radar stations are combined to make the China Radar

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Japan Radar
Japan's Radar is a Radar image which combines the data from multiple radar stations across Japan. Operated by the Japan Meteorological Agency.
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Guam Radar
The Guam Radar is operated by the National Weather Service.
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Vietnam Radar 
The Vietnam Radar is operated by the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting.
http://www.nchmf.gov.vn/web/en-US/73/Default.aspx
                                                                                                                                               

2 comments:

  1. Good day i find your blog very helpful, is there any chance you could provide a radar imagery of the Philippines...

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