[Maps and Images]
- NOAA National Weather Service
- NWS has local, regional, and nation-wide weather forecasts for the
United States, including my favorite,
the forecast discussion for Boston
Massachusetts zone forecasts,
which aren't available anywhere else, as well as the
extended forecast for Massachusetts,
which is. There are also a number of interesting
available, such as a
6-hour radar loop
for the continental US.
Weather information from NOAA via MIT
New England observations,
US analysis, and
lots more for weather buffs.
- Lots of 5-day forecasts, including
Amado, AZ, near Mt. Hopkins Observatory.
Planet rise and set times are available for anywhere they have forecasts for,
- The Weather Channel
- The most frequently-updated current conditions and local forecast, including
and other Massachusetts cities,
as well as lots of weather facts and shareware.
- The Weather Underground
- This is a good HTML interface to current US weather forecasts
with frequently-updated current conditions.
- Intellicast USA Weather
- Graphical commercially-sponsored USA Today-styled weather forecasts for
the US, including
Boston. We watch the
to predict when rain will strike Boston. The
Northeast satellite loop
U.S. satellite loop
are quite interesting.
The world-wide current weather
is also available.
- Providing access to the forecasts, images, and a large collection of
weather links, this site is a non-profit service sponsored by
The Weather Underground
at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.
- Weather links for every state, including
1500 US cities and towns, including
- Yahoo Weather
- Yahoo's weather news home page has a lot of current weather news from all
over the world, with access to local forecasts, including
- Clear Sky Clock
- Attilla Danko has developed
this accurate and usable forecast of astronomical observing conditions for over
950 observatories and observing sites in North America based on numerical models
run by the Canadian
Meteorological Centre, including
Allan Rahill's seeing maps.
Sites for which predictions are available include
Boston, MA and
Mt. Hopkins, AZ.
- Aurora Forecasts
- See Today's Space Weather
from NOAA's Space Environment
- NOAA has current activity maps from
its POES satellite
- Unisys Weather
- Model Output Statistics from NGM (updated every 12 hours) and MRF models
(updated every day), plus
meteograms, which graphically display conditions in particular cities over
Boston graphical forecast is available.
(Center for Ocean-Land-Atmosphere Studies)
- Current weather and climate data produced using GrADS,
and the GrADS code itself for interested users. Data include
current weather for US (including precipitation composites),
analyses and forecasts from the MRF model for most major areas of
Links to meteorological data
- Chris Forest at MIT has a good set of links to primary weater data and
interesting forecasts, including the
MIT Synoptic and Large Scale Flow Dynamics Lab, which analyzes the
- Intellicast USA Weather
- international forecast
site includes a
whole-earth weather photograph
which is the best way to see what is happening all over the world.
- National Climate Data Center
Weather data since 1980 and sometimes way further
for all of the recording stations in the United States and much of the rest
of the world. Through the Climate Visualizer, you can graph any of several
climate parameters over time.
- NASA Hurricane Page
- Lots of hurricane pictures, current, historical, and educational.
ACON Atlantic Coast Observer Network
- No central site, but good regional data from many local observers
Aviation Weather Links
- It's on the
Landings aviation server and
has the best list of weather links I've seen on the Net.
- Weather Net
- This is a good collection of links to other weather sites.
- Chilean Weather
- Because the big telescopes are there
- Cerro Tololo from NOAO
Las Campanas and Paranal from ESO
- Hawaiian Weather
- Not on the beaches, but on the mountains where the telescopes are
- Mauna Kea Weather
- Haleakala Weather
[Haleakala Weather Center]
- Australian Weather
- For those curious about what is going on on the other side of the Earth
from the U.S.
- Australian Bureau of Meterology: The official word
- Weather and Global Monitoring Links: Links to more forecasts and weather images
- Australian Climate: A good summary of Australia's climates, with good links.
Last updated 12 April 2013 by Jessica Mink