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NOAA NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE – The National Weather Service is the primary source of weather data, forecasts and warnings for the United States. Television weathercasters and private meteorology companies prepare their forecasts using this information. The NWS is the sole United States official voice for issuing warnings during life-threatening weather situations. Click here for the home page of the NOAA National Weather Service.

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The Weather – Immediate access to all available warnings for the United States, including the latest information on tornadoes, hurricanes, severe thunderstorms, flash floods, flood, winter storms, special marine weather events and more.

Severe Weather — forecasts for severe thunderstorms and tornadoes over the contiguous U.S. from the NOAA Storm Prediction Center.

Pacific Tsunami Warning Center Bulletins

Aviation Weather – from the NOAA Aviation Weather Center.

Marine Weather – forecasts for U.S. oceans and lakes, including real-time buoy observations and broadcast information from the NOAA Ocean Prediction Center.

Space Weather – solar-geophysical forecasts, solar x-ray flux, latest images of the sun and today’s space weather forecast from the NOAA Space Environment Center.

NOAA Weather Radio

Fire Weather Outlook