(Weather Hobbyist)
Mon Oct 03 2005 08:17 PM
Re: Stan

Speaking of google earth, anyone here who has it should try out this network link
It has overlays of model runs, sst's, satellite images, and analysis

Another good one can be found here
This is the "CONUS Radar Reflectivity (Composite)" overlay in google earth

And one more that shows all the known storm tracks from 1850-present
the author wrote:
"Using the databse provided at NOAA's Coastal Services Center ( NOAA CSC ) I made a series of kmz's that show all storm tracks, as well as various storm information at each observation."

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