Current weather and research links
The new GIS enabled RADAR
- The newest RADAR data from the National Weather Service is GIS enabled.
This means that not only can one tell where the weather is moving from, but how far away it is, and with this one can determine how fast it is moving.
Plymouth State Radar Page
- An alternate site for Radar images in case the NWS site is flakey.
GOES satellite imagery
- For Western Hemisphere imagery including Atlantic and East Pacific
satellite data there are none better than NASA'S GOES site.
The National Hurricane Center
- The "ONLY" place on the web to get current and official hurricane information for public dissemination.
Naval Research Labs Hurricane Heat Potential Charts
- Hurricane Heat Potential plots and SST's.
Storm Prediction Center
- This site has upper level charts and current meso-scale severe weather risk and discussions.
UCAR Weather Data
- The National and University Center for Atmospheric Research has a data
site that is great for current and archive data called the Research Application Program.
University of Wyoming
- Wyoming has a wonderful map of upper-air soundings that has a clickable tool to view your local sounding which includes Canada and Mexico.
All Met Sat
- Aviation weather page that you can access weather observations from across the globe.
Forecasts for Europe
- Model forecasts for Europe and North America from ARL
National Data Buoy Center
- Buoy center for all the CMAN and tethered buoy's around the world.
Current MOS Guidance
- The current Model Output Statistics from NCEP
The Tallahassee National Weather Service
- The weather authority in and for Tallahassee with links to the weather authority for the United States.
Text Weather Utility
- This is a good tool for current station data.
- We will help you calculate everything from heat index to wind chill here.