Weather Data And Weather Safety

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National Weather Service Homepage

National Weather Service Weather Prediction Center

NCAR Real-Time Weather Data

Storm Observer’s Forecasting Links

Storm Prediction Center Mesoscale Analysis

NOAA Nat’l Weather Service Enhanced Data Display

NCEP Model Analysis and Guidance

COD Numerical Model Data

Pivotal Weather Models and Data


Penn State Electronic Map Wall

High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) Model Data

Rapid Refresh Forecast Model (RAP)

SPC Short Range Ensemble Forecast (SREF) Products

Interactive Global Geostationary Weather Satellite Images

Geostationary Satellite Images (Univ. of WI)

Oklahoma Mesonet

Iowa Environmental Mesonet

MesoWest Data

National Weather Service User Defined Area Forecast (Experimental Product)

NOAA Climate Data

NOAA Climate Prediction Center

NOAA National Center For Environmental Information

NOAA Aviation Weather Center

Storm Prediction Center

National Hurricane Center

Central Pacific Hurricane Center

Tropical Atlantic

National Data Buoy Center

NCAR Tropical Cyclone Guidance Project

Space Weather Prediction Center

INTERNATIONAL WEATHER (Canada, Europe, Australia, and more…)

World Weather Information Service

Environment Canada

Icelandic Meteorological Office

Norwegian Meteorological Institute

Swedish Meteorological & Hydrological Institute

Deutscher Wetterdienst (Germany)

Meteo France

Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium (RMI)

Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI)

Italian Meteorological Service

Met Office UK

Met Éireann: The Irish Meteorological Service Online

RadarEU: European Radar Mosaic

Hydrometeorological Centre of Russia

National Center of Meteorology (NCM), United Arab Emirates

South African Weather Service

Japan Meteorological Agency

China Meteorological Administration

India Meteorological Department

Australian Bureau of Meteorology

Meteorological Service of New Zealand (MetService)

Antarctic and Southern Ocean Weather

Servicio Meterologico Nacional


NOAA Central Library U.S Daily Weather Maps Project

NOAA NWS Service Assessments Archive

Storm Prediction Center Severe Weather Events Archive

NOAA U.S. Environment Tornado Browser


Sky Watcher Cloud Chart: An excellent 2 page PDF file from NOAA and NASA on cloud types and and information on how clouds form.

Tornadoes, Lightning, & Thunderstorms: Nature’s Most Violent Storms (PDF file)

Tornado Safety Rules from the Storm Prediction Center

Highway Overpasses As Tornado Shelters (Slide Presentation)

The Online Tornado FAQ

Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale

Facts About Derechos

Flash Flooding: Turn Around, Don’t Drown

Winter Weather Safety and Awareness

Winter Storms: The Deceptive Killers

National Weather Service Wind Chill Chart

National Weather Service Printable PDF Wind Chill Chart

Heat: A Major Killer: Safety Tips And Resources

Summer Weather Safety & Survival: The Heat Index

National Weather Service Printable Heat Index Chart

Summer Safety: Protect Yourself From UV Radiation

World Health Organization: UV & Sun Protection

Air Quality Safety (Ozone, wildfire smoke, volcanic ash, and more)

NOAA Hurricane Preparedness

American Red Cross Hurricane Preparedness

American Red Cross Hurricane Safety Quiz

CDC: Stay Safe After A Hurricane Or Other Tropical Storm

Extensive FEMA Emergency Preparedness Information

NOAA/National Weather Service Tsunami Warning Centers

NOAA Weather Radio

Interactive NOAA Weather Radio Coverage Map Basic Disaster Supply Kit Info

Preparing Your Pets For Disasters And Emergencies

Dual-Polarization Radar Training for NWS Partners


SciStarter Citizen Science

Citizen Science Alliance

CoCoRaHS: Community Collaborative Rainfall, Hail, & Snowfall Network. “Volunteers working together to measure precipitation across the nations.”

mPING: “Weather radars cannot “see” at the ground, so mPING reports are used by the NOAA National Weather Service to fine-tune their forecasts. NSSL uses the data in a variety of ways, including to develop new radar and forecasting technologies and techniques.” The mPING app is FREE and available for both iOS and Android.

USA National Phenology Network

Citizen Science at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology

National Wildlife Federation Educational Resources


Weatherwise Magazine

Science Magazine

Scientific American




New Scientist

BMC Ecology and Evolution

The Panda’s Thumb

Darwin Online


This Week In Science

Citizen Science (SciStarter)

National Center for Science Education

Science News

American Geosciences Institute

NASA’s Global Climate Change

NASA”s Earth Observatory

NASA Goddard Photo and Video Flickr Site

NASA Joint Polar Satellite System

365 Days Of Astronomy

U.S. Naval Observatory

NOAA Solar Position Calendar

World Wide Tide & Current Predictor

World Meteorological Organization

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Climate Central

Surface Ocean CO2 Atlas


Official NIST USA time

Sunrise and Sunset Calendar

World Time Zones

Fahrenheit to Celsius Converter

Metric Conversion Charts and Conversions

Periodic Table of Elements

Dynamic Periodic Table

The Internet Database of Periodic Tables

Online Physics Information (PDF Files)


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