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I just updated my weather maps page, cleaning out the dead links and adding in some of the new cool maps that I've found.

The new Unisys 10-day animated map is fun and prettty useful. I also like the Winter Weather Map. Watching the blue blob march across the continent is enjoyable--now let's hope for bigger blobs.

The Main Weather Page is here. Enjoy, and let me know if you know of any cool maps I have missed.
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post #3 of 9
Great page, I think I'll bookmark it!
But why oh why is there no snow in the foreseeable future for tahoe...
post #4 of 9
Nice sites. Also, you can watch the storms cross the Pacific and hopefully hit your favorite mountain here. Both coasts are covered.
And let us not forget the jet stream, which is modeled at San Francisco State

Some of the climate models are getting better, I am informed that they going down to 25m or so in scale. As VLSI gets even faster and cheaper, you'll run your own weather model (or "rent" the model from the only big software companey that's left) to decide where to ski for the season :
post #5 of 9
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Originally posted by megadeth:
Great page, I think I'll bookmark it!
But why oh why is there no snow in the foreseeable future for tahoe...
Oh yeah, well...don't forget the deep stuff last December. We have quite a bit of time left. It's still way early.
post #6 of 9
I think you have to pay extra if you want to see snow [img]tongue.gif[/img]
post #7 of 9
The Unisys one would be a lot more useful if you could actually see the outline of the US underneath all the clutter. Whoever decided on a dark red outline on a black background had very poor taste in colors.
post #8 of 9
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Originally posted by Charlie Crabb:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by megadeth:
Great page, I think I'll bookmark it!
But why oh why is there no snow in the foreseeable future for tahoe...
Oh yeah, well...don't forget the deep stuff last December. We have quite a bit of time left. It's still way early.</font>[/quote]Yeah I know that historically there is no reason to worry just yet
post #9 of 9
on the other hand:

SNOW WILL BEGIN TO FALL THURSDAY MORNING AND BECOME HEAVY AT TIMES THROUGH FRIDAY. SNOW LEVEL WILL BE 6500 TO 7000 FEET. TOTAL SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS OF 2 TO 3 FEET ABOVE 7000 FEET AND SEVERAL INCHES DOWN TO 5000 FEET ARE EXPECTED THROUGH FRIDAY. SOUTHWEST WINDS OF 30 TO 40 MPH AND GUSTS OVER 50 MPH WILL ACCOMPANY THE SNOWFALL CREATING AREAS OF TEMPORARY WHITE OUT CONDITIONS.
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