Weath­er watch­ing

WXers track storms and weath­er, esp using inter­net tech­nol­o­gy

WX is short­hand for “weath­er,” an old tele­graph term (Morse code) still used in stu­dios, radio and broad­cast­ing as well in ham, avaition and mar­itime cul­ture. [more] (weath­er can­cel­la­tion notices are abbre­vi­at­ed as WX CX)


Main WX sites

the weath­er under­ground, wunderground.com [severe weath­er map]

wxusa.com: USA weath­er reports

WXna­tion car­ries weath­er & space news

NOAA Weath­er Radio All Haz­ards (NWR): a con­tin­u­ous radio broad­cast of local weath­er con­di­tions, over 1000 trans­mit­ters


WXer Forums

WXing has a pop­u­lar home on the net.

Some of the major sites:

easternuswx.com: east­ern US forums

topics”>ne.weather news­group: dis­cus­sion focused on New Eng­land, USA

city-data.com: amer­i­can forum

NashvilleWX.com: Nashville, TN weath­er

southlandWX.com: South­ern Cal­i­for­nia Weath­er

WX software


wxer.pl: perl wunderground.com cap­ture tool

WX tools

eBay’s most pop­u­lar weath­er devices

More WX Information

Harold’s Weath­er WX Links

Cams from around the world


First published on February 4th, 2009 at 3:39 pm (EST) and last modified on March 4th, 2009 at 3:24 pm (EST).

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