San Juan's doppler radar crippled by Hurricane Maria

Pictures posted by the San Juan branch of the National Weather Service show that it may be a while before their radar is up again. The normally round dome that typically covers the radar was shredded away, exposing expensive equipment to the elements. Courtesy: San Juan NWS
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SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (WTVY) - From days out until just before landfall, the San Juan Doppler Radar provided invaluable data into Hurricane Maria, as well as a look into the heavy bands of rain and wind produced by the storm.

Pictures posted by the San Juan branch of the National Weather Service show that it may be a while before it is up again.

The normally round dome that typically covers the radar was shredded away, exposing expensive equipment to the elements.