Rain accumulation map scale remains hard to read



  • I'm sure this is an Old Topic, but one that's really hard to figure out. Why is the Accumulated Precipitation map color and scale still hard to read and (I assume) inaccurate? Hard to read because where is the "yellow-gold" color on that scale, and inaccurate because surely it is not intended to go from 1.5 inches to 3 feet. (The displayed scale increases by these amounts: .2", .2", .6", .7", and 34.5" !)

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  • Hello @rwhtx, thank you for your feedback. We'll look at it.

    You can click on the map and get more accurate information. Snip20190425_10.png



  • @Radek-M

    I'm agreeing with this Radek-M, the legend scale needs to be linear, or at least a lot less radically non-linear, and to cover a wider display range for most of the current overlays, as they're all fairly poorly served by the legend's nonlinear compression, and incapacity to show a full spectrum of colors in the overlay (i.e their shading is not equal). Hoping this can be remedied.


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