Welcome to NOAA Storm Watch. This is a roundup of
NOAA weather Web sites. You'll find links to the latest weather forecasts
around the USA and even around the world. Track storms through NOAA
weather satellites, get the latest weather maps and learn how to protect
yourself and your community from severe weather. Hurricane, drought
and tornado information can be found at the following NOAA Web sites.
National Weather Service is the primary source of weather
data, forecasts and warnings for the United States. The NWS is the
USA's official voice for issuing warnings during life-threatening
weather situations. See NOAA's weather.gov for your latest local forecast.
Forecasts from the
NOAA Storm Prediction Center
Forecasts and Long-Range Outlooks from the NOAA
Hydrometeorological Prediction Center, NOAA
Climate Prediction Center and NOAA
Storm Prediction Center
Color enhanced imagery is a method meteorologists use to aid them
with satellite interpretation. The colors enable a meteorologist to
easily and quickly see features which are of special interest to them.
Usually they look for high clouds. In an infrared image, cold clouds
are high clouds, so the colors typically highlight the colder regions.
For comparison, the images are presented in four colorized views.
Latest Enhanced East Coast Satellite Imagery
Latest Enhanced West Coast Satellite Imagery
To arrange media interviews contact the following at
NOAA National Weather Service
Greg Romano, (301) 713-0622
Susan Weaver, (301) 713-0622
NOAA Storm Prediction Center forecasters
and NOAA Severe Storms Laboratory
researchers contact Keli Tarp, NOAA Weather Partners,
For other NOAA weather researchers contact Jana Goldman, NOAA Research, (301) 713-2483.
For winter weather experts and climate forecasts contact the following
at NOAA Climate Prediction
Carmeyia Gillis, (301)
763-8000 ext. 7163.
For historical climate information contact John
Leslie, NOAA National Climatic
Data Center, (301) 457-5005.
To comment on this Web site and also arrange media interviews contact
Greg Hernandez, NOAA
public affairs Washington, D.C., (202) 482-3091.
NOAA has a wide-range
of public domain weather B-Roll footage available. Contact Video Transfer,
Inc., a video tape duplication service, to get a list.
5800 Arundel Avenue; Rockville, MD 20852
Phone: (301) 881-0270, Fax: (301) 770-9131, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org