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#980723 - 31/03/2011 07:45 Re: TROPICAL WEATHER LINKS - GREAT THREAD TO START LEARNING [Re: SBT]
Gabby Offline
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Loc: Yarrawonga/Mulwala on the Murr...
A good site for viewing intensity.
[url=http://http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/tropic/real-time/shemi/images/xxirgms5wn.GIF]CIMSS Tropical Cyclones[/url



Edited by Gabby (31/03/2011 07:54)

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#980727 - 31/03/2011 07:57 Re: TROPICAL WEATHER LINKS - GREAT THREAD TO START LEARNING [Re: Gabby]
Gabby Offline
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Loc: Yarrawonga/Mulwala on the Murr...
I am going to try that again. The link worked well, then I tried to insert another link and it went haywire.
CIMSS

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#997541 - 26/06/2011 10:46 Re: TROPICAL WEATHER LINKS - GREAT THREAD TO START LEARNING [Re: Raindammit]
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Hello... Avid amature watcher of storms in Darwin. Was just wanting to know where on line I could buy a home instrument for wind and rain measurements that you guys think are ok? Cheers
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#1000214 - 09/07/2011 22:29 Re: TROPICAL WEATHER LINKS - GREAT THREAD TO START LEARNING [Re: Raindammit]
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Loc: Parap, NT
Found this website whilst looking for webcam info... I haven't delved into it - but it looks interesting for QLD Tropical peeps. smile

http://data.aims.gov.au/aimsrtds/latestreadings.xhtml

Also some Aussie Webcam sites..

Camscape Webcams

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#1033371 - 22/11/2011 22:55 Re: TROPICAL WEATHER LINKS - GREAT THREAD TO START LEARNING [Re: El Jefe]
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Hi all, this is my site of which I have been operating in Townsville since 2003. The site is also about to launch it's new design on the 1st December 2011.

It also has a HD Live stream of Townsville's weather 24 hrs a day.

See below for the link.

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#1177691 - 27/02/2013 10:42 Re: TROPICAL WEATHER LINKS - GREAT THREAD TO START LEARNING [Re: townsvillestorms]
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#1224932 - 13/12/2013 09:29 Re: TROPICAL WEATHER LINKS - GREAT THREAD TO START LEARNING [Re: Raindammit]
Loren Avis Offline
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Registered: 11/12/2013
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Loc: Brisbane

Another great weather site

www.switchbanks.com.au/satellite.html
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#1225611 - 17/12/2013 23:19 Re: TROPICAL WEATHER LINKS - GREAT THREAD TO START LEARNING [Re: Raindammit]
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#1238008 - 01/02/2014 10:35 Re: TROPICAL WEATHER LINKS - GREAT THREAD TO START LEARNING [Re: Raindammit]
ColdFront Offline
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Loc: Burnett Heads
Here's a heap Ken Kato put up elsewhere.

Originally Posted By: Ken Kato
Originally Posted By: Dawoodman
Just had a look at the the gfs model on bsch. Going way out to the end of the 7 days (after seeming to go eddy crazy) it developes 2 systems.

Both are rather tight and small too. The set up is rather interesting. The picture I would like to see is the sst map for post Dylan coral sea.

Overall I know you can count these runs to be completely different tomorrow but it still paints a picture of some exciting weather.

There's actually a huge range of websites these days where you can view high resolution daily SST's, much of them derived from satellite data. Here's a few of them:

http://images.remss.com/hurricane/active_storms_sst.swp.html (you can clearly see the cooled waters in the Coral Sea)

http://www.bom.gov.au/products/IDY00002.shtml

http://www.bom.gov.au/oceanography/forecasts/idyoc13.shtml?region=13&forecast=1 (7 day forecast SST's for the next 7 days)

http://www.marine.csiro.au/~lband/web_point/ (interactive point and click map to obtain SST's for every gridpoint)

I've included an example from the CSIRO below (off the north tropical coast for yesterday). The SST's are colour-shaded (the white contours represent sea level & the black arrows represent direction/speed of surface currents).

Below that image is the experimental TC formation probability map for the next 48hrs (til 10pm Sun) from RAMMB/NOAA/CIRA based on latest satellite sounding data of TC ingredients such as SST's, shear, vorticity, etc and past TC's:

http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2827/12241385255_183728bfab_b.jpg
http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2860/12243022164_f17834c1ec_z.jpg



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#1244722 - 26/02/2014 21:34 Re: TROPICAL WEATHER LINKS - GREAT THREAD TO START LEARNING [Re: Raindammit]
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#1381239 - 04/07/2016 18:13 Re: TROPICAL WEATHER LINKS - GREAT THREAD TO START LEARNING [Re: Raindammit]
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Registered: 04/07/2016
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Interesting website with forecast from GFS or GEM model: http://www.ventusky.com/ (with animated wind map)


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#1457371 - 16/03/2018 10:55 Re: TROPICAL WEATHER LINKS - GREAT THREAD TO START LEARNING [Re: Raindammit]
bbowen Offline
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Registered: 30/03/2011
Posts: 143
I just thought I would pop in and revive this thread, as some time has passed without any updates.

I guess lately, due to the cyclone season I have found many people posting fantastic images and I have headed off to try and find the source on the internet, sometimes with no luck. And with each new cyclone season new sites/resources pop up that some people aren't aware of, but would be interested in.

I personally can put a number on here, but I must add these are links that I have managed to find from other posters. And as some of these are bookmarks they will be linking to past systems in existence, but should get you in the ballpark.

https://ruc.noaa.gov/hfip/tceps/tceps.php?stm=90P.2018&dtg=2018031100 (This should give an idea as to what could be expected.)
https://weather.us/model-charts/euro/1556-e-135-s/prob-tropical-storm.html
https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/analysis...18030500&fh=276
http://www.hfip.org/products/ 9Clicking Ensemble storms tracks gives a nice image - but it does involve some effort to get anything at times.

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#1459726 - 30/03/2018 09:24 Re: TROPICAL WEATHER LINKS - GREAT THREAD TO START LEARNING [Re: Raindammit]
bbowen Offline
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Registered: 30/03/2011
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And another is http://hurricanes.ral.ucar.edu/realtime/current/ (This shows any system in ation and once clicked on you can get access to various plots).

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