That map doesn't look quite right IMO. It shows me in the 3 to 4 inch zone. There was about 3" of rain in my wheelbarrow Sunday morning, then we had steady rain for many hours from late afternoon thru overnight.
Some people have been getting rain today but hardly any here (yet). But I've been busy writing code - just updated my nexrad app to add geodata - as you move the map, the county and state are now shown at the top left. This is the first test of a new technique I've developed to encode data in a map and decode it quickly in realtime. As before, the radar imagery automatically updates every three minutes and the time of the latest update is now shown at the bottom left.
Am working on some bigger geodatasets to use in the main boydsmaps app in the future.
Working on the nexrad app some more... it now includes USGS boundaries of 77,046 continental US Incorporated Places, Unincorporated Places and Minor Civil Divisions which stream in realtime as you move the map around. This is definitely still beta software but seems to work pretty well. You'll see names of cities in other states sometimes as you move but it's usually correct when you stop. Every now and then it throws an obvious error though, it tends to work better when you zoom in farther.
Anyway, welcome to my ongoing experiment in embedding lots of data in a map and accessing it quickly.