Within RadarScope, you can sign into various accounts to unlock additional features. Those accounts are described below:

RadarScope Account

RadarScope Pro Tier Two includes the option to register your purchase with us by creating a RadarScope account. Once created, you can use your account to share a Tier Two subscription with other platform devices, provided you already have the base app installed on them. For example, if you purchase a Tier Two Pro subscription on iOS and create an account, you can log into your RadarScope account within the app on an Android or Windows device to access the premium features. RadarScope accounts are only available to Tier Two subscribers and they are currently only used to sync subscription purchases across platforms. They’re completely optional, but necessary if you wish to use RadarScope Tier Two on multiple platforms with a single subscription. RadarScope accounts support simultaneous Tier Two use on up to five devices.

If you aren't currently a Tier 2 Pro subscriber, you can learn more about Upgrading Your RadarScope Experience.

If you are already a Tier 2 Pro subscriber, check Managing Pro Subscriptions for more information.

WeatherOps Account

WeatherOps is DTN's decision support platform for enterprise customers. If you have a WeatherOps account, you can log into it from RadarScope to access your company asset lists and plot those assets on the RadarScope map. If you’d like to learn more about WeatherOps, please visit the DTN Website to learn more about these services.

AllisonHouse Account

AllisonHouse is a data aggregation company that provides weather data to a wide variety of customers. AllisonHouse customers can log into their AllisonHouse account to access an alternative source of radar data as well as premium feeds for SPC watches, outlooks, and mesoscale discussions, lightning data, and local storm reports. If you'd like to learn more about AllisionHouse or are having trouble accessing your account, please visit their website.

Spotter Network Account

Spotter Network is a non-profit organization that provides reporting capabilities for trained storm spotters. Spotter Network members can log into their account in RadarScope to view spotter reports and locations, share their own location with spotter network, and submit reports. If you'd like to learn more about Spotter Network or are having trouble accessing your account, please visit their website.

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