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A wide range of sliders and indicators for precipitation, hazards/threats, risks levels, and intensity levels for plethora of weather types and categories.

This project includes a massively wide-array of selectors & indicators of weather types, hazards, and more ranging from things as simple as temperatures & dew points, to more directly impactful items such as precipitation amounts, severe weather threat levels, and much more.

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There are currently 3 different key designs, 2 of which use the same theme and have different selector/slider designs, and a third design that is of it’s own and uses different design ideas.

The first two designs are pre-keyed (text-wise), and feature two different level/threat indicator designs. Both of these first two designs have text incorporated in the designs for the hazard/risk title & key text embedded. This means you simply select the indicator for the right threat at the right threat level (or the right precipitation type at the forecasted precipitation amount, for another example), and insert it into your forecast or threat graphic.

The third design is left blank by default, but text overlays for the threat title & keys are included in PNG format to overlay over the threat bar. This third design includes an indicator set on 27 different threat, hazard, and precipitation type gradients with 16 different points of which the indicator increases in intensity (or amount, threat level, etc.) – all of which with the option for you to create your own key (or not if you use the included .PNG overlays for keys & titles).

A fourth key design is in the final stages of design and the last phase is to export all of the PNGs for each threat/hazard/risk at all levels.

Design 1

Design 2

Design 3

Currently included with each design variant:

  • Capping inversion (9 key stages in PNG format)
  • Cloud cover (9 different stages in PNG format)
  • Severe risk & risk types utilizing the SPC’s threat terminology & color scheme (damaging wind, large hail, and tornado risk included as well as a generalized “severe risk”) (includes 6 risk levels for all 3 aforementioned risk types and the same 6 risk types for the generalized “severe risk” key – a total of 24 PNGs)
  • Dew point, 0 – 40 degrees (17 different stages in PNG format)
  • Dew point, 35 – 75 degrees (17 different stages in PNG format)
  • Fire weather risk (includes 5 different stages in PNG format)
  • Flood risk (includes 9 different stages in PNG format)
  • Forecast confidence (7 different stages in PNG format)
  • Heat index (16 different stages in PNG format)
  • Humidity (9 different stages in PNG format)
  • Ice (freezing rain) accumulation (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Instability (11 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Lift (11 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Moisture (11 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Potential of precipitation (9 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Precipitation type (5 different stages included in PNG format)
  • QPF (19 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Rainfall .10 – 3.5″ (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Shear (11 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Sleet accumulation (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Snowfall 1 – 12″ (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Snowfall 1 – 24″ (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Temperature(s) (22 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Travel risk (5 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Visibility (15 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Wind sustained (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Wind gusts (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Wind chill (21 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Capping inversion (10 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Cloud cover (9 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Severe risk & risk types utilizing the SPC’s threat terminology & color scheme (damaging wind, large hail, and tornado risk included as well as a generalized “severe risk”) (includes 6 risk levels for all 3 aforementioned risk types and the same 6 risk types for the generalized “severe risk” key – a total of 24 PNGs)
  • Dew point 0 – 40 degrees (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Dew point 35 – 75 degrees (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Flood risk (9 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Forecast confidence (9 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Heat index (17different stages included in PNG format)
  • Humidity (9 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Ice (freezing rain) accumulation (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Instability (11 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Lift (11 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Moisture (11 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Potential of precipitation (9 different stages included in PNG format)
  • QPF (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Rainfall, .10 – 3.5″ (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Rainfall, .25 – 6″ (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Shear (11 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Sleet accumulation (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Snowfall, 1 – 14″ (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Snowfall, 2 – 24″ (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Temperature(s) (23 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Visibility (15 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Wind sustained (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Wind gusts (17 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Wind chill (20 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Fire weather risk (5 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Precipitation type (5 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Travel risk (5 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Capping inversion (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Cloud cover (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Dew point – upper range (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Dew point – lower range (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Fire weather (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Flood risk (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Forecast confidence (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Heat index (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Humidity (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Ice accumulation
  • Instability (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Lift (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Moisture (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Potential of precipitation (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Precipitation type (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Rainfall (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • General severe risk (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Shear (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Sleet accumulation (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Snowfall (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Temperature(s) (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Travel risk (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Visibility (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Wind chill (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Wind sustained (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • Wind gusts (16 different stages included in PNG format)
  • + the following elements: 1 bar (PNG), lower half (PNG), upper half (PNG), and +2 PNGs per key which includes the title & a text key

Additionally, this package also includes a threat display template which includes a upper third & a background – adding 1 JPG & 1 PNG to the entire package, and is the template used in the previews for this project. That said, these keys & bars could be utilized on forecast maps, or used on other templates or platforms such as severe weather setup graphics or winter storm impact graphics.

File size: 300 MB

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