Questions tagged [weather]

Atmospheric conditions at a specific place and time, such as temperature and precipitation. For such variables tracked over time, use the climate tag.

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real-time weather forecast raster for Europe

I am trying to find a numeric weather forecast map (air pressure, temperature, snowfall, precipitation..) that I could display in my web map client. For the client I'm currently using OpenLayers with ...
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Looking for a live feed of tides in Australia

I'm looking for a feed of predicted tide heights and times, specifically for NSW, Australia. Tide sites such as the Bureau of Meteorology only provide static images of predicted tide height. NSW ...
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What sources of granular wind data over the continental US are available?

I am looking for publicly or commercially available wind data at altitudes ranging from 0 feet to 40,000 feet over the continental United States. Which data sources should I look at? Which one is ...
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Where can I download Real time Traffic and weather data for the world?

Where can I download real time data for traffic and weather? I'd like to use it as an overlay on a mapping service of my choice (eg. Google maps, OpenLayers etc.)
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other than GrADS and NCL, any other map/chart scripting and plotting software dedicated for climate and meteorology?

NCL is quite good indeed, but I would like to know whether there are other options.
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Where can I get US snowfall data with day resolution?

I need to visualize the snowfall in the USA for a given time period and city. So you could pick a given day and get a heatmap showing the amount of snowfall at each place in the USA on that day. ...
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Are special interpolation techniques required for weather data?

I've downloaded a series of weather observations from the local weather agency - it comprises around 1,000 points spread non-uniformly across Australia, with a greater density of points located near ...
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What are “M” point locations on the NOAA forcecast cone map?

I don't think I've ever noticed M before. H and S are Hurricane and Tropical Storm.