Max Storm

Create stunning 3D visualizations during severe weather coverage with weather augmented reality.

What 3D weather radar can do for your severe weather coverage

Whether on-air or across digital platforms, Max Storm is designed to empower your team with the stunning visualizations, accurate data and streamlined workflows that are crucial during severe weather coverage. Take viewers into the storm in near real-time with 3D imagery and advanced radar data. Engage your audience on mobile devices while also promoting your live on-air broadcast.

Look your best when weather is at its worst

See how Max Storm’s visualizations help you tell a more compelling weather story to keep your viewers engaged across devices.


Create compelling 3D weather visualizations

Make complex stories more digestible for your audience by displaying engaging and informative views of severe weather with Max Storm’s 3D weather capabilities.

Use cutting-edge visualization tools

Access various tools such as the Storm Slicer or Data Scope to take viewers into the storm, which allows users to pinpoint hail cores or diagram their likely course for viewers.

Get to air quickly

Utilize a fast, efficient workflow and user interface so you are the first to air with crucial information.

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Be prepared with 3D weather radar

Max Storm gives you the power of engaging weather visualizations, accurate data and efficient workflow during severe coverage through the help of 3D weather radar.

Frequently asked questions

What is a 3D weather radar?

3D weather radars provide coverage in three dimensions, including depth and elevation. This technology allows your newsroom to tell a complete and compelling story that your viewers will understand.

How do I create a 3D weather map?

You can create a high-resolution, interactive weather map with ease using Max Storm. This software uses real-time information from the National Weather Service, ensuring accurate and up-to-date weather data.

Where does Max Storm data come from?

Max Storm uses data from up to five National Weather Service NEXRAD Level II Dual Polarity radar sites. Dual-pol radar products from The Weather Company are among the most advanced in the industry, going beyond reflectivity and velocity to provide access to correlation coefficient, spectrum width and differential reflectivity as well.

Do I need to learn how to use all Max products to use Max Storm?

No. Max Storm is built into the Max ecosystem, so there’s only one system to learn, and all components integrate seamlessly with each other.

Can Max Storm incorporate viewer-submitted videos?

Yes. Max Storm’s Scene Launch can make incorporating videos as seamless as clicking a weather map.

Who has the most accurate weather?

The Weather Company is the world’s most accurate forecaster, according to a 2017-2022 study, which is the most recent, most comprehensive study available from ForecastWatch: Global and Regional Weather Forecast Accuracy Overview 2017-2022, commissioned by The Weather Company.

How do I reach The Weather Company Customer Support team?

For linear TV product questions, call 978.983.6350, email twccustomersupport@weather.com or submit a ticket via The Weather Community.

For digital/mobile product questions, email twcdigitalsupport@weather.com.

Let’s talk

To learn more about stunning severe weather imagery with Max Storm, contact our media experts today.

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