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The Aeroallergen Network is comprised of pollen and spore counting stations staffed primarily by member volunteers of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI). This site provides the most accurate and reliable pollen and mold counts from approximately 69 counting stations throughout the United States, three counting stations in Canada, and two counting stations in Argentina.
The Astronomical Applications Department of the U.S. Naval Observatory computes, from fundamental astronomical reference data, the position, brightness, and other observable characteristics of celestial bodies, as well as the circumstances of astronomical phenomena.
The CLIMVIS website offers a free way to get daily, monthly or yearly (but not hourly) data. Click the button "I agree to terms", then click on the map presented to start choosing which data location you want to plot data for. If you need more detailed data, you may have to pay money.
In addition to weather news, this site includes weather maps from all parts of the globe, with forecasts, temperatures, and access to satellite and radar information. Also offered are special reports on extreme weather, and other environmental information. Scroll down to see all these options.
From the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAH), this website allows you to obtain the climatologies of temperature, precipitation and other variables for cities throughout the United States and its possessions.
The world's largest active archive of weather data, from the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) at the U.S. Dept. of Commerce.
The MRCC serves the nine-state Midwest region (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin). Our services and research help to better explain climate and its impacts on the Midwest, provide practical solutions to specific climate problems, and allow us to develop climate information for the Midwest on climate-sensitive issues such as agriculture, climate change, energy, the environment, human health, risk management, transportation, and water resources.
The world's largest archive of climate data. Protecting the past, revealing the future.
This National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Weather Service list offers links to an extensive collection of weather service offices across the U.S., as well as links to regional and national weather support centers and river forecasting centers.
Serving the north-eastern U.S., this website provides climate and weather data for that region.
These pages show current marine data from our own models and observational data worldwide. This service is provided for the enjoyment of the marine/meteorological community and is not intended for commercial purposes.
From the National Center for Atmospheric Research. This site allows you to see the surface weather conditions in any area you choose, view cloud images as seen from space, view images from NEXRAD, doppler radars, and more.
The NOAA Southern Regional Climate Center (SRCC) serves the six-state region that includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas. Our services and research help to describe and explain climate and its impacts on natural systems and human activities.
The Southeast Regional Climate Center (SERCC) is housed at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The SERCC serves Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The mission of the SERCC is to provide timely, high quality, and pertinent climate data and information to public and private users in the region.
From the Space Science and Engineering Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison: Antarctic images, movies, and weather data. Antarctic satellite images and animations, synoptic weather data, iceberg images, model data, and more.
The Astronomical Applications Department of the U.S. Naval Observatory computes, from fundamental astronomical reference data, the position, brightness, and other observable characteristics of celestial bodies, as well as the circumstances of astronomical phenomena. This information is of critical importance to navigation, military operations planning, scientific research, surveying, accident reconstruction, architecture, and everyday activities.
The intent of this weather site is to provide a complete source of graphical weather information. The graphics and data are displayed as a meteorologist would expect to see. For the novice user, there are detailed explanation pages to guide them through the various plots, charts and images.
Historical weather database temperature and precipitation data for 2000 cities worldwide is available here.
Weather Underground is committed to delivering the most reliable, accurate weather information possible. Our state-of-the-art technology monitors conditions and forecasts for over 60,000 U.S. and international cities, so you'll always find the online weather information that you need. In addition to providing free, real-time online weather information to millions of Web users around the world, Weather Underground is pleased to offer a variety of Newspaper Weather Services and Custom Website Weather Packages.
Historical climate information, current observations, forecasts, and much more, for the western United States.
WorldClimate.com contains over 85,000 records of world climate data (historical weather averages) from a wide range of sources.
This global web site presents OFFICIAL weather observations, weather forecasts and climatological information for selected cities supplied by National Meteorological and Hydrological Services (NMHSs) worldwide. The NMHSs make official weather observations in their respective countries. Links to their official weather service web sites and tourism board/organization are also provided whenever available.