Weather links

©  Fernando Caracena. 6 August 2012

Here are some random links for weather freaks (of which I am one.) The last link is to a blog of a friend from NOAA who also is well known in storm chase circles.

Here is a comment from a reader (07-16-2018):

I just wanted to reach out and send quick a note to say hi and to say thanks. I'm helping out with a STEM Juniors club with a bunch of middle-schoolers and to start summer we're studying meteorology which is a blast! We built our own "weather station" using things like paper cups & pencils to make an anemometer and a weather vane. One mentee in particular has been super helpful since they're a self-proclaimed "weather geek", superstar seventh grader Noah! Since he's so serious we're doing some extra research which is how we found you here, http://www.ghyzmo.com/weather-links ..it's been tough finding non-spammy sites that I feel comfortable letting him use so thank you

We've tried to find some info about spotting and taking down observations so you gave us some great ideas to get the ball rolling. To return the favor we thought we could share some of our other favorites like this article about storm spotting he found: https://www.improvenet.com/a/become-a-storm-spotter-from-home hopefully you like it too. We thought it would be a good contribution to your page- would you consider adding it for me? I would love to show him that it's cool to love meteorology and science! If you have any tips please feel free to share with us but only if it's no trouble. I don't want to be a bother sorry for rambling! Again we're so grateful and excited about this connection :o ) take care Thanks again, Kathy (and Noah)

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