Friday, August 26, 2011

Useful weather sites

At the top of the page is global map with sea temperatures, and tropical weather systems. In the Atlantic is hurricane Irene, two tropical waves, and a tropical depression.

Then info on each weather system.

At the bottom of the page is satellite imagery. You can what area to look at, and whether to see the visible or infrared image.
Irene is huge. Reminds me of Katrina. Thank goodness it's run into winds that have weakened it. But it will still have a big impact from the amount of rainfall.

The national hurricane center.

Satellite images of east and west part of U.S., updated every half hour.
Looks like they cover the whole U.S. between them, as well as surrounding areas.


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