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The National Weather Service is testing a new radar site that'll give forecasters a much better look over the Pacific Ocean. Meteorologist Ted Buehner says it’ll really help boaters.  The radar antenna is located in Grays Harbor County, Washington.  It's one of the first sites in the country to get dual-polarization technology, which will help it do a better job tracking storms. The site goes live on September 30th, just in time for the fall storms.

 

 

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