Monday, July 14 2008
Evansville's Doppler radar will be shut down for two months in early September for an upgrade at a cost of $ 700,000. The National Weather Service in Paducah, KY said that in the meantime Evansville will be covered out of Paducah, KY., Louisville, KY., and Indianapolis. The upgrade will make the Doppler radar more compatible with the rest of the agency's Doppler radar network.
For more information, read the recent article in the Evansville Courier & Press by clicking here.
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