Tracking Maps - These tracking maps are designed to be printed
and used to track the path of oncoming storms.
and Answers About Hurricanes - This page by the National Severe
Storms Laboratory provides some basic hurricane information.
Today Article "Bigger, badder storm
era feared" In this article, Neil Frank, National
Hurricane Center director from 1975 to 1987, and Professor William
Gray predict stormy era of upcoming east coast hurricanes and
explain their reasoning.
Software Archive - The WeatherNet is a non-profit service
sponsored by The Weather Underground at the University of Michigan
at Ann Arbor. They host the largest and most up-to-date selection
of weather software available on the Internet. The applications
will allow you to create high-resolution radar maps, access weather
services on the Net, and track hurricanes.
University of Illinois Department of Atmospheric Sciences
This page has a map which geographically displays how hurricane-type
storms are called by different names in different parts of the
- The weather world 2010 project features student projects and classroom