After realizing that there were a limited number of free GRLevelX placefiles, and that both free and commercial placefiles largely lacked what I really wanted to see, I decided to create RedTeamWX and develop my own placefiles in December of 2011. Since then, I've spent hundreds of hours learning PHP and creating dynamic placefiles. In addition to plotting data in a useful, efficient, and aesthetically pleasing manner, RedTeamWX placefiles reflect more than a decade of personal and professional experience in the field of Meteorology. As a member of the Meteorological community, I feel a 'duty' to provide this data to the public at no cost, as long as I am able. RedTeamWX relies on donations to offset the cost of hosting and the sheer amount of time it takes to develop placefiles and maintain a website. If you enjoy the freely available RedTeamWX placefiles and would like to play a role in sustaining the viability thereof, you can make a donation via paypal at the link posted on the RedTeamWX website at:
I do not have hail/wind/tornado probability placefiles at this time, though I plan on creating these in the near future, along with a variety of other new placefiles. At the moment I'm working on some new convective forecast tools for RedTeamWX.