Current significant weather warnings, watches, and advisories for the greater Mid-Atlantic region. Updates roughly every fifteen minutes.
Soundings from KGSO/Greensboro (top) and KMHX/Morehead City (bottom). Updates daily at 12z and 00z.
Current national-scale surface analysis map. Fronts, areas of concentrated high and low pressure, radar data, and isobars are shown. Updates every three hours.
Current national-scale upper air analysis at 250mb. Upper air data are shown at locations where weather balloons are regularly released. Divergence is plotted in yellow contours and isotachs (line of constant wind speed) are plotted in light blue. Updates daily at 12z.
Current Infrared satellite imagery over the continental United States from GOES-East. Provided by the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS), the Center for Satellite Applications and Research (STAR), and NOAA. Updates in real-time with about a 25 minute latency.
Current Doppler radar reflectivity for North Carolina and surrounding states. Imagery provided by Weather Services International (WSI) and Intellicast. Updates roughly every fifteen minutes.
Eight-day convective outlook from the Storm Prediction Center. The first three panels update roughly ________ hours.
UV Index Forecast from NOAA's Climate Prediction Center (CPC)/National Center for Environmental Prediction (NCEP). Panel updates daily and
Grass Pollen Forecast from The Weather Channel. Panel updates hourly.
Current Air Quality Index from AirNow-Tech. Panel updates hourly.
Real-time Streamflow in North Carolina from the United States Geological Survey (USGS). Panel updates hourly.
A collection of real-time weather forecasting graphics, plots, and tools, to assist you in your pursuit to perfect your forecast. None of these are silver bullets to weather forecasting, just a toolbox of basic guidance products to streamline the forecasting process.
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