KETK'S New Interactive Radar

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POSTED: Friday, July 15, 2011 - 9:30pm

UPDATED: Saturday, July 16, 2011 - 3:41pm

TYLER - Despite the scorching heat and dry conditions, East Texas is no stranger to severe weather and to that end, we here at KETK are always bringing you the most up to date information on sports, news, and weather.

The new interactive radar on our website, lets you search current weather information in your city, or no matter where, no matter when.

KETK's Chief Meteorologist Scott Chesner says, "It will give you an opportunity to see where the storms are faster cause it's all about speed and accuracy on our KETK website."

When severe weather hits like Thursday evening, research shows, you the viewers tend to head to our website looking for more information.

We sat down with KETK's Online Editor Michael Wesp to find out more.

"With the new radar you can get a more advanced look at where the weathers moving and it's a lot better now because before when we would have severe weather a lot of people would come to our website and it would get held up. With the new weather you can actually move over to the radar and get a more in depth look at where it's moving and how its going to effect you."

Perhaps one of the most interesting features with the new interactive radar on KETK's website is the play button near the top of the map, that actually shows you where the storm has been and where it's headed

In addition to storm tracking the map also offers a zoom that allows you to move as close or as far as you would like.

To get started, simply log on to our website ketknbc.com, click the weather tab, and click the new interactive radar.

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This is such great news. I have followed Scott Chesner ever since he was affiliated with Channel 5 in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex. I may be mistaken but Scott was one of the meteorologists hand picked by Harold Taft. What a great meteorologist he was. I still miss him. Thank you KETK for being Cutting Edge in your weather reporting and for hiring Scott. Great to have him in Tyler.

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