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What would insiders like others know about weather? Presenting relevant links in a somewhat random fashion:

Headlines
Why We’re Stuck With An Inadequate Hurricane Rating System – 538

Recommended Listening
Talking about the weather – Off Track talks weather; from how short range forecasts are calculated, to how a pack of cartoon dogs is helping Victoria’s farming community better understand seasonal variation.

Translating: How’s the weather?
Māori: Kei te pēhea te āhua o te rangi?
Spanish: ¿Cómo está el clima?
Swedish: Hur är vädret?

Translating: Forecast
Spanish: Pronóstico

Twitter
@weatherchannel
@wunderground
@metoffice

YouTube
Live Storms Media

Flickr Groups
Global Weather in a Changing Environment

Apps
http://darkskyapp.com

Blogs
cliffmass.blogspot.com

Elsewhere on the Web
forecast.io
wmo.int@WMOFlickr

TV
weather.com

Mexico
smn.cna.gob.mx@spcver

New Zealand
Met ServiceYoutube@MetService
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA)

South Africa
Weather SA

Australia
Weather Words
bom.gov.au

Space
spaceweather.com
swpc.noaa.gov

Quotes
There’s no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing.

Embedded Tweets

Bingo

USA Today: A bomb cyclone forms when air pressure rapidly drops as the storm explosively strengthens. The phenomenon was pulling deep tropical moisture from the Pacific, creating an “atmospheric river,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Jon Porter said. He described the river as a “firehose of moisture in the sky” capable of unleashing intense rain and mountain snow. 

Wikipedia
Weather
Anticyclone

Features

Planeta.com

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