Links


 

Internet Weather-Related Sites

Other Precipitation Monitoring Networks in the United States

Hydrometeorological Networks in the United States:http://www.eol.ucar.edu/projects/hydrometnet/

Arizona: Rainlog: http://rainlog.org/usprn/html/main/maps.jsp

Minnesota: MNGage (HIDEN): http://climate.umn.edu/HIDENsityEdit/HIDENweb.htm

Nebraska: NERain: http://dnrdata.dnr.ne.gov/NeRAIN/index.asp

Alabama: Cooperative Huntsville-Area Rainfall Measurements (CHARM) http://weather.msfc.nasa.gov/charm

Oklahoma: Oklahoma Mesonet: http://www.mesonet.org/


Current weather information and forecasts

Historical climate information

Hydrology

Weather Educational Sites

National Weather Service

Useful weather forecast, warning and safety, and climate web sites

National Weather Service Spotter Training (Pueblo, CO): http://www.crh.noaa.gov/pub/wcm/talks.php

NWS Spotter Training (Denver & Eastern CO): http://www.crh.noaa.gov/bou/?n=wx_spotter

NWS Spotter Training (Grand Junction, CO): http://www.crh.noaa.gov/gjt/?n=spotter

Weather Education Web sites

Flood/Flash Flood Safety and Water Science Education Web sites


Citizen Science Projects

 National Phenology Network www.usanpn.org The USA National Phenology Network brings together citizen scientists, government agencies, non-profit groups, educators and students of all ages to monitor the impacts of climate change on plants and animals in the United States. 

National Phytoplankton Monitoring Network:
This is a community-based network of volunteers monitoring marine phytoplankton and harmful algal blooms (HABs). PMN recognizes the interrelationships between humans and coastal ecosystems while providing volunteer citizen scientists with meaningful opportunities for hands-on science engagement. The PMN enhances the Nation’s ability to respond to and manage the growing threat posed by HABs by collecting important data for species composition and distribution in coastal waters and creating working relationships between volunteers and professional marine biotoxin researchers.

Local Gov't sites (ie- reporting weather related emergencies to you local county sheriff's office)
    
     http://www.countyoffice.org/