QuickEditor Release

Plus new data products

Accelerate your Workflows with the New Baron Lynx QuickEditor

This release includes the new Baron Lynx QuickEditor, which allows you to easily adjust daily and hourly National Weather Service NDFD forecast data to match your forecast. The edits you make will automatically populate all on-air, online and mobile platforms, saving you time and delivering consistency. The following adjustments can be made to 15 days of daily data and 48 hours of hourly data:

  • Temperature
  • Weather icons
  • Text descriptions
  • Wind speed & direction
  • Precipitation changes

Your edits can be hyper-local with the ability to create customizable microclimate zones, for example, mountains vs. valleys. When you transition to the new QuickEditor all your current data points will still be available.

Join the QuickEditor Webinars
We are hosting QuickEditor training webinars on December 3rd to help you quickly implement it into your workflows. There will be three webinars throughout the day so everyone will have an opportunity to attend. Click the time that is most convenient for you to register and add to your calendar.

New Data Products

SPC Data

Day 1 and 2 Significant Tornado, Wind and Hail Outlook
Data Product Group: Composite – Storm Prediction Center

This product provides the day 1 and 2 significant outlook for hail, wind or tornado. A significant outlook represents a greater than 10% chance within 25 miles of a point. A day 3 significant severe weather outlook is also provided.

Fire Wx Day 1 and 2 Dry Thunderstorm Risk
Data Product Group: Composite – Storm Prediction Center

An overview of areas of anticipated dry thunderstorms, today and tomorrow, which could spark fires. Can be used in conjunction with the SPC Day 1 and 2 Fire Weather Outlooks.

GOES 17 Satellite

Baron GOES-17 Nighttime Fog and Low Cloud
Data Product Group: Satellite – GOES-17
Time Step: 5 minutes

The new Baron nighttime fog and low cloud product utilizes multiple IR channels from the GOES-17 satellite and enhanced color palettes to easily identify areas of fog and low clouds at night.