National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
NOAA's Mission is to describe and predict changes in the Earth's environment, and conserve and wisely manage the Nation's coastal and marine resources.
NWS Offices and Centers
Find the nearest National Weather Service office near you and link to your forecast.
Maintained by the Meteorological Service of Canada's national and regional offices, Weather Canada is Environment Canada's official online-presence for meteorological information and public forecasts.
National Climatic Data Centers
This is the place to find all the stuff you wanted to know about rainfall, temperature, heating degree days, etc.
The Weather Channel
Features current conditions and forecasts for over 77,000 locations worldwide, along with local and regional radars.
The Weather Frog
According to folklore in Old World Europe, a frog kept in a jar could forecast the weather.
Online games and weather tidbits from the Mount Washington Observatory
Temperature, pressure and moisture conversion programs including the Cricket Chirp.
This site (actually, a program) from the American Meteorological Society, helps teachers get weather into the classroom. A fantastic program for educators, but the website has plenty for any weather geek.
Three quizzes to test your knowledge about clouds, pressure and wind.
The Weather Classroom
The Weather Classroom airs every Monday and Thursday 4 - 4:30 am ET only on The Weather Channel.
Weather Map Symbols
Explains all those weird weather symbols.
Debunks many myths concerning weather. Useful for teachers.
NOAA Photo Library
The NOAA collection spans centuries of time and much of the natural world from the center of the Earth to the surface of the Sun.
Mount Washington Observatory Photo Gallery
Great mountain photography in and around the White Mountains of NH.
TWC's Photo Gallery
Submit your favorite photos or browse through the numerous galleries.