RadarOmega 4+

Advanced Weather Toolkit

Storm Damage Services, INC

    • $8.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Advanced Storm Tracking Toolkit

Welcome to RadarOmega, the next generation weather app that takes high resolution weather data to a whole new level. RadarOmega provides the highest resolution radar data with the ability to interface with cyclonePORT and connect several types of weather sensors.

RadarOmega users now have the ability to interface with the Tempest WeatherFlow weather station. Connect directly via the Tempest API or use cyclonePORT to stream your station data. Users can also use cyclonePORT to connect the Davis WeatherLink to stream sensor data.

View our growing cyclonePORT network of live streaming sensor/video stations, track research teams as they deploy sensor probes in the path of the most extreme weather, and more!

RadarOmega provides high resolution radar data for the following countries:

United States
South Korea

Most weather applications, especially "FREE" ones, provide oversimplified data that is slow to update and very distorted. Our goal is to educate the public on how these apps can be dangerous in life threatening situations and the overall usefulness of having a high-quality radar application for everyday life.

Other Data Overlays
-Lightning Detection
-24 Hour Storm Reports
-SPC Outlooks - Watches - Mesoscale Discussions
-NHC Outlooks - Tropical Weather Outlooks, Active TS/Hurricane Tracking
-Hydrological Outlooks
-Winter Weather Outlooks
-Fire Weather Outlooks
-Surface Fronts
-Real-Time NWS Storm Based Warnings
-METARS Data Layer
-Tidal Forecast Charts
-Buoy Data
-NEXRAD Hail History
-Spotter Network Locations (soon more robust for SN users)
-Map Type Customization
-Detailed City & Road Network Overlay on top of radar data
-Save Custom Locations
-Drawing, Data Viewer, and Distance tools
-Share GIF and Videos of Radar Animations
-Day/Night Time Layer

If you want MORE data, we do offer subscription services. More information on what we offer in our subscriptions can be found on our website and inside the RadarOmega app.

Desktop Access is only available to all RadarOmega Subscribers.
- 75 Frame Animations for Radar
- 30 Frame Animations in Dual View
- Smoothing for Radar and Satellite
- Radar History with 75 Frames
- 6 Month Storm Report Archive
- Desktop Access with Dual Panel
- National Digital Forecast Database
- Satellite Data
- Dual View Display for Radar/Satellite
- Smoothing for Radar and Satellite
- 3D Radar/Satellite

- - -Everything in Gamma PLUS- - -
- MRMS Data
- 150 Frame Animations for Radar/MRMS/Satellite
- 50 Frame Animations in Dual View
- Radar History with 150 Frames
- 5 Year Storm Report Archive
- Smoothing for MRMS

- - -Everything in Beta PLUS- - -
- Model Data
- 250 Frame Animations for Radar/MRMS/Satellite
- Radar History with 250 Frames
- 100 Frame Animations in Dual View
- 50 Frame Animations in Quad View
- Desktop Access with NEW Experimental Quad Panel
- 10 Year Storm Report Archive

Subscriptions are maintained through the Apple App Store. We will work with our customers however refunds must be done through the App Store. Please be sure to reach out to our support team if you have any problems, questions, or concerns.

For Support- You can create a ticket and we will resolve it as soon as possible:

See our Terms of Service below:

What’s New

Version 4.9

-Improved tool menu for categorization of video/sensor networks & map tools
-Hurricane models - HWRF & HMON added for subscribers
-Geostationary Lightning Mapping Overlay added to Mesoscale and Storm Sectors
-Lightning and METARS available for Mesoscale Satellite

-cyclonePORT Display Modal Flexibility/draggable
-Bottom bar remains even when radar site is closed

-Storm tracks 'Display Local Time' option

-Bugfix for Magic Keyboard Trackpad with iPad

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
276 Ratings

276 Ratings

jaweather13 ,

Watch out RadarScope!

I don’t normally write app reviews, but I felt compelled to after a recent interaction with support. If you’re familiar with radarscope it is very similar; this app is really catered to Meteorologists and weather enthusiasts, not your average person. I have had RadarOmega for a while now and have watched it improve into a beyond usable app that is threatening radarscope’s spot on my app dock. Only a few months ago, the app was laggy and slow but now it runs much faster. There is a lot more customization and features that are free compared to other similar apps. I also think the subscription prices are very fair, if you buy any subscription you get free access to their Mac/Windows/Linux app. If I had one critique of the app it is that it still doesn’t feel 100% fluid and I do not like the transition when going in and out of the menu it feels slow and dated. I will say if you ever have any issue their team will be more than willing to help you. I emailed about a feature and received a response within 5 minutes! That is very impressive! Overall, this app hasn’t quite earned radarscope’s spot, but it very well could in the future.

A320Freak ,

Almost Perfect

This app blows RadarScope out of the water, and I’ve been using RS for about 8 years, ever since Moore in 2013. With RadarScope’s base cost, you don’t get SPC products, special weather statements, METARs, or 30 frames of radar data. With RO, you get all that plus a road map that gets more detailed the more you zoom in, making this app preferential for chasers as we can now chase with only one app open. What really sets RadarOmega apart, however, isn’t the radar data. It’s the satellite data that can be added for $5 a month. Keep in mind, all of this except satellite is included with the base cost of the app. So with all of this, it’s cheaper than RS coupled with AllisonHouse.

Some things I’d love to see added to the app to make it truly perfect are mesoanalysis, the ability to separate cities and roads to only render one invisible if so desired, METAR wind barbs, and the ability to log into Spotter Network to send reports and position information. If it weren’t for these features being absent, I’d be getting rid of RadarScope tonight. Otherwise, this app truly goes above and beyond, and I can’t wait to try it on my iPad and Windows.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the kind words, and I am glad you're enjoying the new 4.0 update. We are planning on adding more in the coming months, thank you for the additional suggestions. If you ever have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email us! Support@stormmapping.com

nicolejeanne ,

Amazing 3D views, double charged

This is definitely one of the top radar apps out there, and has some great advanced features. This is for more advanced users, so may be overkill if you just want a general idea when precip is coming.
For those willing to learn, however, this is one of two I primarily use. I am borderline obsessed with the 3D views on various radars! I also appreciate the free access to the Mac app, but I like using this on iPad above all.
That said, be aware, you will be charged twice. Once when you download the app (for recurring subscription apps, normally this is your first week/month/year of service) you get charged, but then once you open the app, you have to pay again for the subscription.
(At least this is all I can assume, as Apple denied my request for refund twice, after I was charged a second time, of course with no explanation).
I love the app and will continue to use it on the Alpha subscription, but be aware that you will pay double your first month if you want the advanced features.

App Privacy

The developer, Storm Damage Services, INC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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