Weather Links

An AWESOME moving representation of surface wind currents, ocean currents, and much more for the entire planet.

A visual, moving representation of surface wind currents in the United States.

A weather "web app" backed by a wide range of data sources, which are aggregated together statistically to provide the most accurate forecast possible for a given location.

A site that compares the historical accuracy of various weather websites' forecasts. See which forecast is the most accurate for your area.

Local weather forecast from the National Weather Service

The National Weather Service's "Hourly Weather Graph," which is great for seeing how temperature, rain/snow, wind, etc. will change over the next few days. (I use this to see how much snow we're going to get!)

Snowfall predictions and analysis. See how much snow will fall, and how much fell after a storm.

A project started by a MIDDLE SCHOOLER! Uses many of the same data sources listed on this page to make a simple prediction about whether or not school will be cancelled. (You should still do your homework, though!)