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The weather radar used by the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Lincoln will be out of commission for the next three to four days, starting Monday, July 17th, for a tech upgrade.The work will be delayed if hazardous weather is forecast.
A crew will install a new signal processor, which replaces obsolete technology, improves processing speed and data quality, provides added functionality, and increases IT security.
This will be the first of four major upgrades planned over the next 5 years. The $150 million investment is being made by the three organizations that use these radars, the NOAA National Weather Service, United States Air Force and Federal Aviation Administration.

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