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Weather Links, Resources, Webcams

AmericanWx, a weather-centric forum in which enthusiasts and meteorologists alike discuss model runs, observe the weather and simply socialize.

Contrail Science:

Geography :  People need to be able to find their homes on a map:

Glossary, National Weather Service

GOES 16/17 Loop of the Day, hosted by our friends at CIRA (Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere)

Ice Accretion Measurement

Ice Accretion Example of ice on a branch with ruler

Indiana State Climate Office

Indianapolis Great Blizzard of 1978

International Weather

JetStream, the National Weather Service Online Weather School. This site is designed to help educators, emergency managers, or anyone interested in learning about weather and weather safety.

Kentucky Climate Center

Kentucky Mesonet

Kentucky Weather Center

Lake Mead Water Level

Lake Oroville Water Level

Lake Powell Water Level

Lakes Online Water Levels for lakes across the country

MetEd, which is run by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research. It features hundreds of free online educational lessons and allows you to enroll at your own pace.

Meteorological Versus Astronomical Seasons

Spring: March 1-May 31; Summer: June 1-August 31; Fall: September 1-November 30; Winter: December 1-February 28 (29)

You may have noticed that Arbor Doctor, meteorologists and climatologists define seasons differently from “regular” or astronomical spring, summer, fall, and winter. So, why do  meteorological and astronomical seasons begin and end at different times? Read more about meteorological vs. astronomical seasons here

Tornadoes: Joplin, MO EF5 report by Tim Marshall et al

Tornadoes: Super Outbreak of Tornadoes – April 3-4, 1974:

Lines of tornados on East Coast of U.S.
Map by Dr. T. Fujita, University of Chicago

Weatherbrains. The official netcast for people who love the weather.

Weather Models from Pivital Weather


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