Meteorology is the study of the atmosphere and its phenomena, especially
the study of weather and weather forecasting. When you need more
weather information than a basic weather map or local weather forecast,
you may find these meteorological resources useful. On
these sites you will find historical climate data, weather and climate
trends, information about earth's atmosphere and oceans, and
fascinating weather-related stories.
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Weather Reports and Meteorology Information
- NOAA Weather
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) operates The
National Weather Service, which is the primary source of weather data,
forecasts, and warnings for the United States. Television
weathercasters and private meteorology companies prepare their forecasts
using this information.
The NWS is the sole United States official voice for issuing warnings
during life-threatening weather situations.
- NOAA Digital Weather
This user-friendly weather interface features local forecasts,
national weather maps, and climate information.
- BBC Weather Centre
This popular meteorological resource features world weather news
and forecasts as well as climate information for countries
around the world.
This well-known commercial weather service provides
customized weather forecasting services to clients worldwide,
including international media organizations, government agencies,
businesses, and individuals.
- The Weather Channel
Since its founding in 1982 as a 24/7 television network devoted entirely
to weather, The Weather Channel has expanded across several mediums to
bring breaking weather information to its viewers and users.
- Yahoo! Weather Maps
This popular weather resource features world weather maps plus national,
regional, and major metro area weather maps for the USA.
Much of the information is obtained from The Weather Channel.
Related Meteorological Site
Features an introduction to mercury and aneroid barometers plus a
directory of barometer and weather instrument suppliers.
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