This tutorial explains how to export a series of radar data files (other formats will follow the same procedures) from the Toolkit and load into Google Earth for viewing as a 'Time Animation'.
Before proceeding, please review the following tutorials and prerequisites:
This tutorial will start with the Animation Generator.
From the Animation Generator click Export KMZ to begin the export process. Once you have clicked Save KMZ a KMZ Export Options window will appear.
The KMZ Export Options window is where you can adjust visual and save options for the KMZ file. The options are explained below. Note that this example is for NEXRAD data (Radial data structure) and these options are slightly different for Gridded Data.
There are three progress bars in the Export Animation Progress window. There is also a Cancel Animation if you need to stop the processing.
Once the animation processing is complete a window will pop up alerting you.
To open the exported KMZ file in Google Earth, you may press 'Yes' button when prompted following the completion of the animation. In addition, the KMZ file may be double-clicked, dragged and dropped onto Google Earth or opened via the 'File' menu in Google Earth.
The options that will be unique to viewing the Weather and Climate Toolkit's KMZ output in will occur in the Places tab.
Underneath the NOAA Weather and Climate Toolkit Generated Animation folder there are 3 subfolders: Image Frames, Exported Data Extent, and Overlays.
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