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  Welcome to our links to other resources page where you can go for additional information and data on severe weather, safety, it's prediction, and more. We list this information because we believe it maybe of interest to you. Our listing of these sources in no way means that our staff endorses nor opposes the content of those web sites. Please report any broken or non functioning link to our webmaster.

Notice! If you have or know of a particular web site which relates to severe weather, safety, prediction, education, and so on, please feel free to contact us about it. We will review that site, and if approved, a link to it will be posted on this page.
Please also note that some links on this page may not function. We will be updating those links soon.

GOVERNMENT WEBSITES: Here is some government sources of information:

  • The Storm Prediction Center All official severe weather watches, convective outlooks, and fire weather forecasts for the lower 48 states originates from here.
  • The National Severe Storms Laboratory This agency works to provide a better warning system through more knowledge of severe storms and their evolution.
  • The National Weather Service Office The office that serves central and northeast Wisconsin is in Green Bay. Various weather advisories and warnings are issued from this office.
  • 50 Years of Tornado Forecasting This special site explains the heritage of tornado forecasting, and how it improved over the years.
  • Project Vortex Find out about how this project got started, the purpose behind it's research, and future goals and objectives.
  • Ready Wisconsin This web site contains in depth information on severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, lightening, heat waves, and more. It's designed to help educate and promote safety during severe storms and other natural disasters. There's lots of useful information here!

  • NON GOVERNMENT WEBSITES: Here are some non government sources of information and software:

  • Tornado Project Here is by far the best web site out there concerning tornadoes. Find out things about tornadoes you never knew, including myths about tornadoes, a lot more safety information, and you can even find out about tornado oddities! It's worth checking out!
  • SKYWARN This agency provides the public with vital severe weather safety information, including all watches and warnings. You can search for the local groups in your area and much more.
  • Weather Message Here is yet another great web site which is home of the flagship software "Weather Message". This software is used by us to display severe weather watches and warnings on our web site! If you need to have advance warning, this software can deliver. Another worth checking out site!
  • Weather Graphics Technologies Here is a premier web site which features the flagship product "Digital Atmosphere", a program which produces both surface and upper level analysis charts from data obtained over the Internet. Also available are other weather software programs, books, and so much more! A highly recommended web site by our staff. You can find a lot of useful information and data here too.
  • Randy's Den This is the personal web site of our chief senior meterologist and founder Randy Groom. Log on today to find out about Randy, his hobbies, likes and dislikes, and much more. See exciting photo and video captions of his HO scale train layout, and photo gallery. Yes believe it, Randy is into trains too! Do check it out!

  • OTHER USEFUL LINKS: Here are some additional sources of information:
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