Looks like a sunset spike, at first. Conspiracy theorists, take note: the screenshot includes data that is useful. (I like weather underground)
Looks like a sunset spike at first. But, a few oddities. First, it was taken, according to the data, at 4:17 PM, sunset is at 4:41 PM. More importantly, shouldn't a sunset spike be facing to the southwest?
Perhaps a "picking up another radar" spike?
Since at least one poster here is a NWS radar technician, perhaps the experts here could enlighten me?
Woud "Vol. cov. pattern 32" be of use?
(Can sunset spikes be in the opposite direction as the sun?)
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