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I've been watching this NOAA site for a while now and find it useful for trying to predict storm tracks and weather systems across the US. It gives a bigger picture than Wfax graphics and shows predicted movement as a slide show.
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I've been watching this NOAA site for a while now and find it useful for trying to predict storm tracks and weather systems across the US. It gives a bigger picture than Wfax graphics and shows predicted movement as a slide show.
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If you have not used it, you might also find PassageWeather useful. We rely on it to good advantage.
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NOAA: your tax dollars at work. Where do you think the Weather Channel gets their data?
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Noaa site has a lot on it. Just a pain to find where anything is. LOL
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I've been watching this NOAA site for a while now and find it useful for trying to predict storm tracks and weather systems across the US. It gives a bigger picture than Wfax graphics and shows predicted movement as a slide show.
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are these surface winds on the map, or higher up? Seems like a lot of wind almost everywhere is why i ask..
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