Automated Weather Source Storm Display
From the creators of School WeatherNet, this site includes a Storm Spotter's Reference and Storm Chaser's photo gallery.
The Daily Planet
Including an online guide to meteorology and The Weather Visualizer. From the Dept. of Atmostpheric Sciences at the University of Illinois.
Weather information from around the world, including radar and satellite imagery.
My-Cast Weather Intelligence
My-Cast is neighborhood-level weather intelligence, tailored for hobbies, sports and lifestyles. It is available on the Web, email and wireless devices, with nationwide coverage.
National Severe Storms Laboratory
Leading the way in investigations of all aspects of severe weather.
The National Weather Service
Warnings, forecasts, maps, observations, climate statistics, and reference to general weather topics.
The National Weather Service Office in Wilmington Ohio
The NOAA Home Page
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
NWS Wilmington Ohio Skywarn Spotter Center
Featuring the online edition of the Spotter Newsletter.
Storm Prediction Center
Formerly known as the Severe Local Storms unit of the National Severe Storms Forecast Center.
Track lightning activity across the United States in real time.
The USA Today Weather Index
A comprehensive listing of information on many weather topics.
WCPO Doppler Radar - Ch. 9 Cincinnati
Channel 9 Cincinnati Doppler Weather Radar. Updated every minute.
The Weather Calculator
From the El Paso National Weather Service Office. If you have a weather variable and need to convert it, this is the place.
The Weather Channel
A 24-hour, 7 day television network devoted entirely to weather. Their web site is definitely worth a visit.
Affordable wireless home weather stations & weather measuring intruments: skymate windmeters, barometers, & emergency shortwave radios with local weather radar.
The Weather World 2010 Project (WW2010)
A WWW framework for integrating current and archived weather data with multimedia instructional resources using new and innovative technologies. Developed by the Department of Atmospheric Sciences (DAS) at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (UIUC).
Local US weather links including current conditions, forecasts, radar, maps, hurricanes, tornadoes & earthquakes.