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WEATHER NOW / WEATHER SOON:

» National Weather Service - current weather and forecasts
     » NWS Albany

» The Weather Channel - gives current weather and forecasts (not necessarily accurate)

» AccuWeather.com - again current weather and forecasts (don't really use these much, not sure about accuracy)

» wunderground.com - more of the same

» UNISYS - more of the same

SEVERE WEATHER AND PRECIPITATION:

» Storm Prediction Center - provide one-, two-, and three-day forecasts for storms and severe weather
     » Current Watches
     » Convective Outlooks
     » Previous Storm Reports


» Hydrometeorological Prediction Center - QPF forecasts out to 3 days

WEATHER MAPS:

» Europe Weather Maps - various surface analyses and forecasts from various agencies (see drop-down menu in top left)

» Current Weather - from University of Reading, various atmospheric parameters, eg. PV and stream function (latest image and animation of past week, updated Friday 00Z, academic year only)


» NOAA FSL surface data display - interactive, very useful, with good instructions

» NCAR-RAP - real-time surface weather

» UAlbany - surface maps and upper-air data

UPPER-AIR DATA:

» UWyoming - clickable-map, text or skew-T soundings, loopable

» NCAR-RAP
- soundings and plots (see links therein)

» Ohio State - clickable-map soundings

» FSL RAOB database - RAOB archive (information)

MODEL FORECASTS:

» UAlbany - NGM and ETA forecasts (and links therein)

» PSU e-wall - ALL model forecasts, comprehensive

» NCEP Ensemble Products - ensembles, however you like them

» NCAR/MMM - ALL model forecasts

» Utah NCEP-GFS - very cool animations, including PV

» Forecast Soundings - has all models

» Mike Dickinson - lots of fun stuff, eg. tropopause maps, tropical and hemispheric products

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