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Product Notice
The following radar products are available in "Z" or "Coordinated Universal Time."
 

To go from "Z" time to Central Daylight Time (CDT), subtract 5 hours (2145Z is 1645 or 445 pm CDT). To go to Central Standard Time (CST), subtract 6 hours (2145Z is 1545 or 345 pm CST). For more about "Z" time, click here.

 
 
Radar Data
 
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The new National Weather Service radar interface (officially released on December 17, 2020) will do a lot more than show where it is raining.
In the picture: The new National Weather Service radar interface (officially released on December 17, 2020) will do a lot more than show where it is raining.
 
New Radar Interface
Note: At present, our new radar interface is underperforming (slow loading and looping), and we are working to fix the problem. In the meantime, try the links below in "Other Radar Resources" (Aviation Weather Center, MRMS, and NWS EDD).
User Guide/Feedback
WSR-88D (Little Rock, AR) WSR-88D (Fort Smith, OK)
WSR-88D (Shreveport, LA) WSR-88D (Jackson, MS)
WSR-88D (Memphis, TN) WSR-88D (Springfield, MO)
WSR-88D Data From Individual Radars
WSR-88D Regional Radar Mosaic
WSR-88D National Radar Mosaic
 
Here is a quick regional radar loop. Times (in the lower right corner) are in UTC or "Z".
In the picture: Here is a quick regional radar loop. Times (in the lower right corner) are in UTC or "Z". For more information about "Z" time, click here.
 
Other Radar Resources
WSR-88D Local Radar Mosaic: Aviation Weather Center | MRMS | NWS EDD
WSR-88D Regional Radar Mosaic: Aviation Weather Center | MRMS | NWS EDD
WSR-88D National Radar Mosaic: Aviation Weather Center | MRMS | NWS EDD
WSR-88D Archived Images (NCEI)