The Weather PageThe Weather Page

The Weather Page is designed for the MET101 (Introduction to Weather) students for use in the laboratory portion of their course. Students are trained how to interpret weather models such as the NAM and GFS along with FOUS and MOS data in order to make a three day weather forecast for various cities around the country. Key documents to support this training include the 7 Key Forecast Variables and the Weather Forecasting Recipe. This page makes use of weather maps and other data that are publicly available on the Internet.

Detailed Information from Selden Weather Station

Most of the weather maps linked on this site have come from the following sources:


Interpreting Time on a Weather Map (Standard Time)
Interpreting Time on a Weather Map (Daylight Saving Time)

Learn More about Greenwich Mean Time

Forecasting Guides & Other Resources

Temperatures
TEMPERATURE DATA
Surface Data
SURFACE MAP DATA
Satellite Maps
SATELLITE MAPS
Radar Maps
RADAR MAPS
Jet Stream & Upper Air
JET STREAM & UPPER AIR CHARTS
MOS & FOUS RAW DATA
MOS & FOUS RAW DATA
ETA Model Forecasts
MODEL FORECAST CHARTS

All Models - All Run Times

Click MODEL GUIDANCE and then NAMER (North America).
Select NAM for the first 84 hours and GFS for 90 and 96 hours if needed.

Medium-Long Range Forecasts
MISC. FORECAST LINKS
El Nino & Tropical Storms
EL NIÑO & TROPICAL STORMS
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