It has been a long, but productive day at the big 1-2. We have transitioned into widescreen and we have unveiled our new weather graphics. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. There are some changes to many graphics that I hope will make the weather story easier to understand and easier to see on-screen. One of the biggest changes is something that is too long in coming. We have finally changed the location of the lows on the 7day. The lows are now located between the days to indicate what night we are talking about. In our old 7day the lows were put directly under the highs and it was difficult to know whether that meant tonight or tomorrow night’s lows. Take a look.
This is just one of many changes to try to make our graphics tell a weather story. Please feel free to add comments/suggestions at the end of the blog.
Thankfully, it was a quiet weather day for our graphics transition. A cold front is moving through the state right now, but it is a pretty wimpy one. A few showers and isolated storms have popped up along the front and I can’t rule out an isolated shower, especially in our western counties. You will hardly feel a difference in our temperatures tomorrow with highs still in the 60s. Sun should be breaking through pretty quickly in the morning.
Forgive the short post. I have to get back to graphics.