The original page had a lot more narrative and description about what the different tools were... I am going to skip most of that... and assume you know what you're looking for... except to say that the public forecasts and other public information are listed at the very top of the page. The more involved or serious weather hobbyist might want to wade down the page and see what else is there.
If you like this page, I have created pages that offer a mobile phone version of this information. You can find information for Southcentral Alaska Weather here, and Interior Alaska Weather here.
NOTE: the default state of this page is to open the links in a new tab. The reason is that the way that *I* use the page, I am toggling back and forth between items... so it leaves this page intact, and opens a new tab with the link you click. This may require that you change the pop-up settings on your browser.
|National Weather Service Forecasts|
|(click link, forecast appears at right)|
|Cantwell, Talkeetna, Susitna Valley|
|Tanana Flats - Delta Junction|
|Nenana and Clear|
|Eagle & Fortymile|
|Circle, Central, CHS Forecast|
|Anderson, Healy, Denali Park|
|Eastern Alaska Range, Summit and Mentasta Lakes|
|Copper River Basin|
|NWS Text Products|
|Hourly Weather Summary|
|Temperature and Precip Bulletin|
|Special Weather Statements|
|Public Information Statements|
|Winter Weather Statements|
|Other Severe Statements|
|Severe Thunderstorm Warning|
|Flash Flood Warning|
|GFS||NAM||HRRR Alaska||Models Menu|
GFS Model-derived wind visualization
Weather Maps and MOS
Alaska Hydrology Products
Alaska Lightning Maps
Other National Weather Service Offices
This is a list of my weather bookmarks that I use frequently. Some of these contain pages and links referenced above, and some refer to multiple locations at a single site (such as COLA). This is by no means an exhaustive list of weather links. It is intended primarily as a list of links for the serious weather hobbyist or professional to get real-time or near real-time weather information. If you have comments, including URLs for links you think I may be missing, please let me know!
This page has been visited more than a few times Since October 3, 1996
The author has been interestsed in meteorology since he was a small child in Washington, DC, when as a 5-year old, was dwarfed by the 20-foot plus snow drifts from the blizzard of '66. He was employed in Meteorology in the 1980's but today it has become just a hobby. You can reach the author by clicking here.
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