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Secondary weather links

After our first essential list of weather links for cyclones, here is a second list of less prestigious sites and less provided in functionalities, but nevertheless important to know to make your own weather points or to inform yourself.

It is not at all an exhaustive list. It will evolve over time.

Interesting sections of large sites

RAMMB / CIRA : a site dependent on NOAA which offers a lot of information on current cyclones.
Hurricane Hunters : Site integrated into NHC on cyclone fighter planes with flight planning.
Weather buoy data : Site of the NOAA listing all the weather buoys.
GOES Image Viewer : Another site of the NOAA providing access to all high resolution GOES satellite imagery.
SST : Site of the NOAA with water temperatures and anomalies.
: Site for viewing surface wind data extrapolated from satellite images

Historic sites

SXM Cyclone : The historic cyclone tracking site in the Antilles. : Another historic site but closed for the moment.
Moon star : The page of a sailboat crew which groups together images from many sites. Not much added value, but it is efficient and very popular with boaters. Be careful, the page is heavy and long enough to load.
Track The Tropics : Another page that displays many images of cards ... almost all of them! Unfortunately this makes the page extremely heavy, difficult to load and not suitable for reading on a mobile.

Direct access to resources

Sand and dry air : Access to the reprocessed satellite image to show dust and dry air over the Atlantic.
Sand and dry air forecast : Graphic modeling of the sand / dry air forecast in the Atlantic.
Shear : Access to the image of shear in the Atlantic.
rainfalls : Animations of rainfalls in the Atlantic.


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