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Meteorology Information

  • Meteorologists
    Meteorologists study how the atmosphere affects our environment, and specifically how it relates to weather. Learn about the educational requirements and professional responsibilities of meteorologists.
    www.weatherinstruments.us/meteorologists.htm
  • Weather Alerts
    Weather alerts warn us when adverse weather patterns are likely to occur. Here you can learn about weather alerts and find links to weather maps and forecasts.
    www.weathermap.us/alerts.htm
  • Weather Reports
    Amateur meteorologists who need more weather information than a basic weather map or local weather forecast will appreciate the meteorological resources listed on this page.
    www.weathermap.us/reports.htm

Meteorology Directory Page(s)

  • Meteorology Page on AlistSites.com
    Visit this meteorology category page on alistsites.com to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.
    http://www.alistsites.com/science/meteorology/
  • Meteorology Page on Jumblex.org
    Visit this meteorology category page on jumblex.org to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.
    http://en.jumblex.org/meteorology/
  • Meteorology Page on Links4SE.com
    Visit this meteorology category page on links4se.com to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.
    http://www.links4se.com/science_and_technology/meteorology/

Meteorology News

  • European heatwave heads north with 95F temperatures in Sweden
    Laksfors in northern Norway on Saturday recorded a temperature of 96F (35.6C), equalling the national record set in Nesbyen in 1970, the country's meteorology service have said.
    Daily Mail.  Sat, 27 Jul 2019 22:42:57 +0100.
  • Why Do We Use a Groundhog to Forecast the Weather?
    The rodent Al Roker gets trotted out every February to assess our chances of a long winter. Who gave him his meteorology degree?
    Jake Rossen.  Mental Floss.  Wed, 30 Jan 2019 15:00:00 -0500.
  • 5G spectrum changes could impact weather radars
    Moving wireless service providers to the 5.6GHz spectrum band to make way for mobile providers to deploy 5G over the 3.6GHz band could affect the C-Band weather radars, the Bureau of Meteorology has said.
    ZDNet.  Mon, 14 May 2018 05:08:19 +0000.

Meteorology Image

meteorology station with weather instruments
Weather Instruments on a Meteorology Station Pole

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