[Fraug 4/28/2014] September 2013 Peak Flow Estimates
We are putting together a webmap tool to view peak flow estimates from the floods of last September. Thought you all might be interested in this. Your comments are always welcome. This is a work in progress.
URL is http://udfcd.maps.arcgis.com/apps/OnePane/basicviewer/index.html?appid=326e38499aa6453bb4ccc56f7facbf6c
See also http://alert5.udfcd.org/?page_id=115 for link.
- ESRI webmap tool for finding peak flow estimates from floods of September 9-15, 2013
Inaugural FRAUG Report 4/22/2014
We made a couple of minor changes to this custom radar website:
- The radar image default setting is now 50% transparent. To change this use the [Map Controls] button and slider.
- The Storm Attributes default setting is now ON. To change this use the [Current] button, select “Severe” and uncheck the Storm Attributes box. The directional pulse shows where storms are expected to move over the next hour. If you do not see a pulse, try turning the Storm Attributes off, then on again.
The images above are current so I had to find some locations outside the District to demonstrate these features.
The website link can be found at http://alert5.udfcd.org. We recommend that you bookmark this URL as a good starting point to get to all the webpages supported by UDFCD’s F2P2.
Let me know if you would like training concerning this site. Please use my email address firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have comments that you want the entire list of subscribers to read, just send a reply to this email.
This is the first official use of this new service. There may be a few bugs to work out.