Use this if you are searching for a certain type of data, for more generic sources and/or local sites, see the regular Links page.
Skeetobite's Weather - storm tracks and forcasts; historical reference
CIMSS Tropical Cyclones - Environmental conditions, Saharan Air Layer, Steering Layers, Computerized Dvorak, Microwave imagery, Wind analysis, etc.
Tropical Atlantic Recon coverage - includes Vortex Recon, HDOB messages, and Dropsondes.
College of DuPage Weather - surface and upper air data; satellite and radar imagery; model data
BuoyGraph GOM Buoy observations on a map
NOAA Historial Hurricane Tracks Extremely Extensive Mapping and Dataset of all Historical known Tropical Storms and Hurricanes
Ohio State Weather - Includes Vortex Recon and Satellite data
NOAA's SSD site - very good, simple to use with hurricane floaters
NASA's GHCC GOES site - very good, fully customizable, long period animations
MODIS high res satellite coverage - Gallery and Real Time
Tropical RAMSDIS online - satellite coverage
PSU - satellite loops
Washington University - alternative site, but very difficult to use
The High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) - The HRRR is a 3-km resolution, hourly updated, cloud-resolving atmospheric model, initialized by DFI-fields from the 13km radar-enhanced Rapid Refresh.
Everything-in-once package from UIUC - just about every weather KMZ is dynamically linked from this. Don't turn them all on at once.
Automated Tropical Cyclone Forecast (Navy) - Best Track, Models, SHIPS, etc.
FSU model site - best there is
FSU Ryan Maue - HRWF, GFDL, More, another very good FSU site
PSU model site - alternate when FSU is down
NOAA's NCEP model guidance - continental US only
RaleighWX/Allan Huffman's Model Page - GFS, UKMET, EWMCF, etc.
Tropical Cyclone Formation Probabilities - via NOAA
National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) track and intensity plots (Jonathan Vigh's site)
Navy site - always check date of data - only runs sometimes - when working, very good
Rutgers site - Good alternative site if the others sites is down; also provides more detailed views
MIMIC Morphed Integrated Microwave Imagery Total Precipitable Wate, good tool for finding center of systems.
StormSurfing - General Surfing Forecast (wave heights)
NOAA interactive viewer of storm tracks - very good
Katrina's eye (large file 33Mb)
Isabel's eye (example of Mesovortices)