Omaha Roofing Forecast: Latest Snapshot of Local Weather Radar
If you’re a roofer in Omaha, your business revolves around the weather!
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What do the colors on this map represent?
The different colors on the map represent the intensity of precipitation. See the legend below. In addition, this map shows the movement and location of weather. The radar can also indicate tornadic thunderstorms.
What does each color mean?
Green = lighter precipitation, often not hitting the ground
Light green = “ground clutter”, which are essentially false echoes
Dark Green = usually light, approaching moderate rain
Yellow = moderate rain
Orange = heavier rain
Red = heaviest rain, flooding rains, possibly hail, or damaging winds and thunderstorms
Light pink = light freezing rain and/or sleet possibly mixed with rain or snow
Darker pink = heavier icy precipitation
Light gray = lighter snowfall
Bright white = heavier snowfall
Our roofing contractors in Omaha, NE have to be familiar with the most recent weather movements throughout Nebraska to be ready to help homeowners when bad weather strikes. Where bad weather strikes, Heartland roofers follow!