Welcome to the new CORAD.org website!

Current Conditions

National Weather Service Radar Loops

KFWS Radar Loop (click for interactive KFWS radar)
Southern Plains Composite Loop (click for interactive NWS composite)
A message from the Corsicana Radar

It is with great pleasure that the we debut the next generation of the CORAD website to the citizens of Navarro County.

The last several years have been difficult for the CORAD team. In 2018 we lost Lloyd Huffman, our founder, President and the driving force behind the radar, quite suddenly in an automobile accident. Lloyd’s technical knowledge and stewardship of the radar project for almost 50 years are missed to this day.

In 2022 we lost Bill Dosser, the creator and maintainer of this website since its launch around the year 2000. Bill did a wonderful job maintaining and updating the information here, but after his passing the site became stale and difficult to maintain for various technical reasons.

We have therefore decided to do a complete upgrade using the latest web development tools. The original website was showing its age, having been created at a time when everybody was still trying to figure out just what this Internet thing was, and ran for over 20 years with few major changes. This new version aims to provide the severe weather information that we’ve always delivered, and do it with a modern aesthetic on all types of devices, including desktop computers, tablets and smart phones.

Please take a few minutes to explore the many new features and supplemental information here. This website will continue to be improved and updated to provide the best experience possible. Constructive comments, suggestions and feedback are always welcome via the blogs on this site or through our Facebook page.

I hope you find the new corad.org to be informative, easy to use and attractive. CORAD has been and will continue to be a primary outlet for imminent severe weather information for the City of Corsicana, Navarro County and the surrounding area, and it is the ONLY place you can see live radar coverage of this area.

David Huffman
President, Weather Radar Warning System, Inc.