The world of weather forecasting has drastically changed in Wisconsin. A new form of technology called dual-polarization has been installed in the state's three National Weather Service radars.
The technology allows forecasters to see a three-dimensional view of what's in the sky, and provide faster and more accurate confirmation when severe weather strikes. Newsline 9's Rob Duns explores how the technology will re-shape storm tracking over the Badger State Wednesday night at 10.
Join him Wednesday, May 2 at 10:00 p.m.
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