National Climate Prediction Center
National Climatic Data Center
- one of the largest databases of climate information and historical weather
Association of Climatologists - information from state and regional
There is so much information on these sites, it's sometimes hard to find
exactly what you're looking for. We've spent quite a bit of time doing
research through this information. So if you are having trouble finding
the information you're looking for, e-mail
us and we'll try to find it for you.
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Weather Service. To find the office nearest you, and other information,
click on their logo. If you can't find it on Weather for You, you'll
probably find it on the National Weather Service's web site.
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every home. They can monitor for specific codes to alert you of severe
weather in your area. Working with the Federal Communications Commission's Emergency Alert System, NOAA Weather Radio is an "all hazards" radio network, making it the single source for the most comprehensive weather and emergency information available to the public.
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