Bill Adler's Weather Page
It's the pilot in me. I
love the weather. Or, to be more precise, I love to know what the weather
is going to be. So I created this page of links to some of the best
weather on the net. Enjoy the weather and may the wind always be at your
back. And if you're interested in doing something about the weather,
become a volunteer weather spotter for the
National Weather Service's Skywarn
Current weather with custom overlays
Doppler radar for the DC area (refreshed every 3 minutes):
Nexrad for the Washington, DC area
Aviation Digital Data Service, which includes experimental products and weather for pilots
Winds aloft forecast
METARS, TAFs, winds aloft, 850 millibar analysis and more from iPilot for the Washington, DC area and other locations: http://www.ipilot.com/wx/
Low level SIGWX charts
NOAA Aviation Weather
Lifted index and k-index charts
Upper air (850mb) temperature and moisture: http://www.weathermichigan.com/risk_air_temp.htm
500mb analysis: Where the upper level lows are: http://www.met.fsu.edu/CUDOS/Data/Uamaps/500.gif or http://weather.unisys.com/upper_air/ua_500.gif
Severe weather outlook: http://www.weathermichigan.com/outlook.htm
1 day convective outlook: http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/dy1.gif
2 day convective outlook: http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/dy2.gif
National convective weather forecast (real time; refreshes automatically)
NCEP Prognostic Discussion
Dew point map of the US
Infra red satellite map for the US
GEOS 8 IR satellite for the US
Center Weather Advisories
Current satellite with surface map overlay:
Today's jet stream from Accuweather
National weather warnings
Aviation weather graphics from the University of Michigan
Weather Underground forecast for Washington, DC
California Regional Weather Service (good general weather info for the US):
Plymouth State College's interactive national weather map
Airline Dispatcher's Federation's Weather Briefing
The Weather Matrix (with a name like that, it's got to be good
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Read The Weather Sourcebook by Ronald Wagner and Bill Adler.
Download back issues of Callback, NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System newsletter in Palm Pilot format.
Download the new Flight Service Station regional phone numbers in Palm doc format.
Are you a pilot who uses a Palm Pilot or Pocket PC in aviation? If so, you might be interested in joining an email list for pilots who use PDAs. There's more information at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/palmpilotpilots.
Are you a Washington, DC area pilot who's Looking for a place to chat about aviation with other pilots? Join DCPilots, www.dcpilots.net.
Are you a Certified Flight Instructor? You can contribute to The CFI Advice Book for Pilots.
Broken links? Suggestions? Please email me. Thanks for visiting! --Bill Adler