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Dew on the Ground Definition
Dew is defined in the weather glossary.

3 Things You Didn't Know about Tornado Alley
Think you're a tornado expert? Discover 3 things you never knew about the United States' infamous Tornado Alley region.

What is a Derecho? - About.com Weather
Derecho FAQs including types, associated severe weather, and U.S. occurrences.

What Is a Tropical Wave?
Tropical wave definition in the weather glossary.

Ozone Alert Days and Warnings
Ozone in the Atmosphere - Don't ignore the warnings about ozone. Ozone depletion in the upper atmosphere is bad, but we have an even bigger problem with ground level ozone. Find out what you can do to prevent illnesses and environmental pollution in this list of ways to keep safe during ozone alert days from your local news forecast.

Climate Change and the Ozone Layer: A Two-Way Link
A report on the link between climate change and the depletion of the ozone layer.

Supercell Thunderstorm
Supercell thunderstorm definition in the weather glossary.

Flood Types and Classifications in U.S
Types of floods and the floodplains that are affected are a form of severe weather that cause some of the most expensive and devastating damages in the United States. Learn about the types of floods, where floodplains are located, and some skills for practicing flood safety.

Buys Ballot Law Wind Direction in a Pressure System
Buys Ballots law, sometimes referred to as the Baric Wind Law, is discussed.

Understanding Meteorology and the Atmosphere
Getting to know the local weather is easy with this site developed to teach everything about the atmosphere. From climate change and weather history to the layers of the atmosphere and types of rain, the Weather Guide will lead you through an interactive tour of the atmosphere.

Cyclonic Rotation, Tropical Storms & Coriolis Effect
Cyclonic rotation as it refers to tropical storm systems is defined in the weather glossary.

Kelvin-Helmholtz Clouds
Kelvin Helmholtz Instability (KHI) is a natural phenomena described by Lord Kelvin and Hermann von Helmholtz. When KHI plays a role in the atmosphere, some very unsual wave clouds can form.

Mare's Tail and MacKerel Scales - Weather Folklore
Mackerel scales and mareā€™s tails, make lofty ships carry low sails. Is the weather folklore true or false?

Types of Weather Related Natural Disasters
Types of natural disasters, specifically weather-related natural disasters, account for the greatest economic and human losses in the world year after year.

Urban Flooding and Drainage
Urban flooding is often the result of Mother Nature meeting the modern world of buildings, pavement, and drainage systems that change the natural flow of water in the world. These types of floods can be devastating for the amount of property damage that occurs.

How To Watch Clouds Form - Formation and Structuew
Cloud formations in the sky can be seen as you watch clouds form over and over again. The structure of a cloud is created in a process that is small in scale, but easy to see.

Surviving the Winds of Hurricane Ivan- A Personal Story
Author Michielle Beck tells her tale of survival during Hurricane Ivan on weather.about.com, the site for up-to-date weather news and information for teachers, students, and the community. Get educated and explore your earth environment!

Surviving a Hurricane - My Own Story of Hurricane Ivan - Weather
Author Michielle Beck tells her tale of survival during Hurricane Ivan on weather.about.com, the site for up-to-date weather news and information for teachers, students, and the community. Get educated and explore your earth environment! Page 2.

What Is a Dust Devil (Willy Willy)? - Australia Weather
Willy-Willy is defined in the weather glossary. Full definitions include photos and links to key weather articles on the topic. Explore the latest weather news as you browse the meteorology terms organized alphabetically with synonyms, misuses, and pronunciations.

Warm Fronts Definition in Weather
Warm front definition. Weather.

Weather Map Symbols for the Types of Fronts
Weather fronts are a weather condition that occurs when two or more air masses meet. Find the weather map symbols for the different types of fronts here.

100 Year Floods - Major Floods - 500 Year Floods
100 year floods are major floods that have only a small chance of occurring. Can a 500-year or 100-year flood happen two years in a row? Or even in the same year?

Ice Fog - Pogonip
Ice fog - Pogonip definition. Weather.

Insolation
insolation. Weather.

Air Pollution Problems - Air Quality - Human Caused Air Pollution
Air Pollution - While air pollutants can come from both natural and artificial sources, humans are actually making certain days of the week worse. Find out which days of the week you are at the most risk for low air quality related health problems.

Argon - Argon in the Atmosphere - Gases in the Air - Atmospheric Composition - Ar
Argon in the atmosphere is defined in the weather glossary. Full definitions include photos and links to key weather articles on the topic. Explore the latest weather news as you browse the meteorology terms organized alphabetically with synonyms, misuses, and pronunciations.

Winter Lesson Plans - Holiday Family Fun for Kids - Christmas Worksheets and Projects
Winter is a time for finding fun projects to do indoors and these lessons, worksheets, and fun activities will be the perfect family fun projects to complete while the weather is cold. Teachers, students, and families can get together to create fun Christmas and holiday greeting cards, dioramas, calendars, artwork, and more.

Cold Occlusions - Occluded Fronts - Types of Fronts
Cold occlusions are a type of occluded front.

Riverine Flooding - Floods on Rivers - Types of Floods
Riverine floods are one type of flood that can cause excessive water flows over a floodplain area.

Track a Hurricane - Paths of Famous Hurricanes - Tropical Cyclone Tracking
Getting into the path of a storm is an excellent way to increase knowledge of tropical cyclone systems. The online interactive hurricane tracker takes you on the path of Hugo, Andrew, Camille and more as you see the development from tropical depression, to tropical storm, and finally to hurricane. Wind speed and Saffir-Simpson Scale hurricane category ratings are even color coded for ease.

Oxygen - Oxygen in the Atmosphere - Gases in the Atmosphere - Atmospheric Composition
Oxygen in the atmosphere is defined in the weather glossary. Full definitions include photos and links to key weather articles on the topic. Explore the latest weather news as you browse the meteorology terms organized alphabetically with synonyms, misuses, and pronunciations.

Weather in Yemen: Average Yemen Weather Conditions by Location
Yemen weather conditions and links are shown by location. Get up to the minute weather reports for major cities and towns. 24 hour summaries are available for both research purposes and education.

Glaze Ice Definition - Weather Glossary
Definition of glaze ice and freezing rain from the About.com Guide to Weather glossary.

Advection Fog - Advective Fog - Types of Fog
Advection fog definition in the weather glossary.

Billion Dollar Storms
From 1980 to 2005 a summary of the costliest storms in United States History is presented with pictures and links. The United States has more severe weather events than any other country in the world.

Tropical Depressions - Tropical Weather
Tropical depressions definition in the weather glossary.

Calm - Calm Winds
Calm winds are defined in the weather glossary.

National Weather Service Winter Weather Advisories
Learn the elements of a winter snow storm and how to properly prepare your family for any winter hazards in the home and in your car.

Pogonip - Ice Fog
Pogonip - ice fog definition. Weather.

Graupel Weather Terminology Definition
Graupel is a type of precipitation often referred to as snow pellets or soft hail.

The 7 Global Hurricane Basins
Hurricanes only form over these 7 areas, or basins, of the world's oceans.

The 7 Global Hurricane Basins
Hurricanes only form over these 7 areas, or basins, of the world's oceans.

The 7 Global Hurricane Basins
Hurricanes only form over these 7 areas, or basins, of the world's oceans.

The 7 Global Hurricane Basins
Hurricanes only form over these 7 areas, or basins, of the world's oceans.

The 7 Global Hurricane Basins
Hurricanes only form over these 7 areas, or basins, of the world's oceans.

The 7 Global Hurricane Basins
Hurricanes only form over these 7 areas, or basins, of the world's oceans.

The 7 Global Hurricane Basins
Hurricanes only form over these 7 areas, or basins, of the world's oceans.

The 7 Global Hurricane Basins
Hurricanes only form over these 7 areas, or basins, of the world's oceans.

What Is a Snow Roller? - Winter Weather Definition
Snow rollers are a relatively rare weather phenomenon that occurs in open areas where strong winds and light snows cause snow to create some unusual formations.

Lessons & Labs: Pressure
Explore the role of pressure in the world around you with these hands-on projects and games.

When Severe Weather Hits, Strike a (Safety) Pose
When severe weather hits, strike a (safety) pose.

Earthquakes: Drop, Cover, and Hold on!
When severe weather hits, strike a (safety) pose.

Tsunamis:
When severe weather hits, strike a (safety) pose.

Floods: Turn Around, Don't Drown!
When severe weather hits, strike a (safety) pose.

Lightning:
When severe weather hits, strike a (safety) pose.

Tornadoes:
When severe weather hits, strike a (safety) pose.

Putting the Köppen System to Practical Use
Weather. Page 2.

The Köppen Climate Classification System
Think the Köppen climate classification looks like gibberish? Learn what each letter means and how you can find the Köppen classification of any location world-wide.

Use Weather Maps to Make a Forecast - A Lesson Plan
How to use weather maps to make a mock forecast: A high school science lesson plan

What Is a Weather Vane - Measuring Wind Direction
Weather vanes have been used since at least the first century B.C. These primitive but easy to use weather instruments are the subject of both collectible history and weather history.

Weathervanes - Weather Vanes History - The History of Weather Vanes
Weather vanes have been used since at least the first century B.C. These primitive but easy to use weather instruments are the subject of both collectible history and weather history.

Weathervanes - Weather Vanes History - The History of Weather Vanes
Weather vanes have been used since at least the first century B.C. These primitive but easy to use weather instruments are the subject of both collectible history and weather history.

Tropical Storm - Definition
Tropical storm definition in the weather glossary.

Auroras - Space Weather
Auroras are an atmospheric phenomena many people associate with myths and legends of the past. But today we understand auroras to be a part of a new topic known as Space Weather.

Why Should We Study Auroras?
Auroras are an interaction between particles in the atmosphere. If we can understand auroral particles, perhaps we can apply that information elsewhere to other atmospheric systems such as global warming. Page 10.

Aurora Image From the Space Shuttle Endeavour
See one of the best aurora photos ever taken and learn how auroras are formed. Page 2.

Aurora Image Showing the Constellation Orion
See one of the best aurora photos ever taken and learn how auroras are formed. Page 3.

Understanding Kp-Index Value for Auroras
Knowing the chances of seeing an aurora are greater if you know the amount of geomagnetic fluctuation going on. Page 4.

Auroras - What Causes an Aurora?
Auroras are caused by the interaction of earth's magnetic field with particles from the sun. This tutorial will show you the ways the sun creates these beautiful colors in the sky and where you can see them tonight! Page 5.

Electrons Excite Particles in the Atmosphere to Form Auroras
Watch a video clip to show how electrons in space create beautiful auroras on earth. Page 6.

Solar Interactions with Earth Video Clip
A solar wind animation shows how a burst of energy from the sun will cause auroras after interactions with the Earth's magnetic sheild. Page 7.

Where to See Auroras in the Northern Hemisphere
Find a location near you where you can see auroras. A clickable map of locations in North America, Europe, and Asia are provided. Page 8.

Where to See Auroras in the Southern Hemisphere
Find a location near you where you can see auroras. A clickable map of locations in Australia, South America, and Africa are provided. Page 9.

Fun Weather Facts, Activities, Quizzes & Lesson Plans
Weather games, projects, lesson plans, and fun activities are the focus with this site developed to teach everything about the atmosphere. From severe storms and weather history to the layers of the atmosphere and types of rain, the Weather Guide at About.com will lead you through an interactive tour of meteorology. An excellent site for teachers, students, and anyone interested in the weather.

What Is a Storm Surge? - Severe Weather
Sometimes it is not the hurricane or typhoon that causes the most damage in a storm. Sometimes it is the storm surge. So, what is a storm surge?

How Hurricanes Form in the Sahara Desert
Hurricanes start in the Sahara Desert. This exciting tutorial takes you through the birth of a hurricane and explains the reason for the Atlantic hurricane season.

Simulate a Weather Front With Warm and Cold Air Masses
Make your very own weather front in a jar! Use these step by step instructions to create a weather front for yourself or for the classroom!

March Weather: In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb
Discover the meaning behind this popular piece of March lore.

Hurricanes - What Are Hurricanes - Hurricane Facts
Facts about hurricanes and how hurricanes form are explored in this in-depth lesson on this often violent weather phenomenon. You will learn what hurricanes are, where hurricanes form, and the probability of a hurricane strike where you live.

Weather History - National Weather Service History - Weather Bureau - Signal Corps - Army Signal Service
Weather history and the development of the National Weather Service is examined in a list of the development of meteorological institutions in the United States.

Weather History - National Weather Service History - Weather Bureau - Signal Corps - Army Signal Service
Weather history and the development of the National Weather Service is examined in a list of the development of meteorological institutions in the United States.

Weather History - National Weather Service History - Weather Bureau - Signal Corps - Army Signal Service
Weather history and the development of the National Weather Service is examined in a list of the development of meteorological institutions in the United States.

Review: Midland ER300 Weather Radio
Considering a Midland ER300 weather radio? Read this review before you buy.

Dropsonde
A disposable weather probe that measures weather conditions in storms by being dropped into it from above.

Northeast Snowfall Index Scale (NESIS)
A climatological tool for assessing snowstorms.

Numerical Weather Prediction - About.com Weather Glossary
The use of mathematics to simulate the atmosphere, and thus, to predict the weather.

Condensation Funnel
The visible cloud inside of a tornado's invisible column of rotating air.

Convection (definition) - About.com Weather
The vertical (upward) transport of heat and moisture in the atmosphere.

Weather Glossary Definition - Aloft
The upper levels of the atmosphere.

Measurable Precipitation
Precipitation having a water content of at least 0.01 inch (0.25 mm).

Spring (definition) - About.com Weather
One of the four seasons; the transition period from winter to summer.

Trade Winds - About.com Weather Glossary
Surface winds that blow from the northeast (and from the southeast in the Southern Hemisphere), across the Earth's tropics region.

Latent Heat
The hidden heat energy of molecules that either acts to warm or cool the atmosphere.

Homogeneous Nucleation
The process by which a water droplet or ice crystal forms without a surface, or ā€œnucleus,ā€ on which condensation can take place.

Glossary Definition - World Meteorological Organization
An intergovernmental organization and United Nations agency specializing in meteorology, hydrology, and related geosciences.

Weather Balloon
A high-altitude balloon used to measure weather conditions at increasing levels of the upper air.

Recognizing Weather Phobias - About.com Weather
Here's how to recognize the signs and symptoms of weather phobias, and self-help suggestions to manage these when fear strikes.

Resources for Finding Weather Jobs - About.com Weather
A collection of weather job sites to help you land the perfect meteorology career now!

The Polar Climate Zone
Details and information on the most remote locations on Earth are presented with stories on research and issues related to polar climates.

Weather Glossary
A glossary of weather terms used in meteorology, climatology, and weather forecasting.

Taking Earth's Temperature
While it is now widely accepted that our planet is warming, the debate is far from over. This slideshow will help you make an informed decision about which cause (natural, anthropogenic, or maybe even a bit of both) is leading recent trends.

Taking Earth's Temperature
While it is now widely accepted that our planet is warming, the debate is far from over. This slideshow will help you make an informed decision about which cause (natural, anthropogenic, or maybe even a bit of both) is leading recent trends. Page 4.

Taking Earth's Temperature
While it is now widely accepted that our planet is warming, the debate is far from over. This slideshow will help you make an informed decision about which cause (natural, anthropogenic, or maybe even a bit of both) is leading recent trends. Page 9.

Taking Earth's Temperature
While it is now widely accepted that our planet is warming, the debate is far from over. This slideshow will help you make an informed decision about which cause (natural, anthropogenic, or maybe even a bit of both) is leading recent trends. Page 3.

Taking Earth's Temperature
While it is now widely accepted that our planet is warming, the debate is far from over. This slideshow will help you make an informed decision about which cause (natural, anthropogenic, or maybe even a bit of both) is leading recent trends. Page 2.

Taking Earth's Temperature
While it is now widely accepted that our planet is warming, the debate is far from over. This slideshow will help you make an informed decision about which cause (natural, anthropogenic, or maybe even a bit of both) is leading recent trends. Page 5.

Taking Earth's Temperature
While it is now widely accepted that our planet is warming, the debate is far from over. This slideshow will help you make an informed decision about which cause (natural, anthropogenic, or maybe even a bit of both) is leading recent trends. Page 6.

Taking Earth's Temperature
While it is now widely accepted that our planet is warming, the debate is far from over. This slideshow will help you make an informed decision about which cause (natural, anthropogenic, or maybe even a bit of both) is leading recent trends. Page 8.

Taking Earth's Temperature
While it is now widely accepted that our planet is warming, the debate is far from over. This slideshow will help you make an informed decision about which cause (natural, anthropogenic, or maybe even a bit of both) is leading recent trends. Page 7.

Taking Earth's Temperature
While it is now widely accepted that our planet is warming, the debate is far from over. This slideshow will help you make an informed decision about which cause (natural, anthropogenic, or maybe even a bit of both) is leading recent trends.

Weather in Costa Rica: Average Costa Rica Weather Conditions by Location
Costa Rica weather conditions and links are shown by location. Get up to the minute weather reports for major cities and towns. 24 hour summaries are available for both research purposes and education.

Hurricane Tracking Charts - Hurricane Paths 1995-2010 Atlantic and Pacific
Hurricane Tracking Charts - Official National Weather Service Maps of the 1995-2010 Tropical Cyclone Storms in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans with details on the path, intensity, and wind speeds of all named hurricanes and tropical storms. Each map is perfect for research and analysis purposes or for teachers in the classroom setting. Analyze hurricane and typhoon data trends as you track storms near the United States examining category level, eye location, and damages.

Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs - Weather Movies - Movies in the Classroom
Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs is a beloved book for children. Now that book has been turned into an IMAX 3-D movie. Learn tips and tricks for using this movie in the classroom. Teach weather science using popular books and movies while keeping students interested.

Weather History - A Study of Weather and Climate Events that Changed History
Weather and history are integrated topics each having lasting consequences for the other. In fact, everything from space shuttle disasters, to African American history, to music education, and more are weather science topics that can be analyzed for their (sometimes) negative outcomes on historical events.

Dew Point - Dewpoint Temperature
Dew point temperature. Weather.

Levee - What Is a Levee
Levee definition. Weather.

TIROS Launch History
TIROS, the first weather satellite, was a big step forward in space based meteorology. Here you will find the launch history for the 10 TIROS program satellites. Page 2.

TIROS Satellites - Launch History of Weather Satellites
TIROS, the first weather satellite, was a big step forward in space based meteorology. Here you will find the launch history for the 10 TIROS program satellites. Page 3.

TIROS Satellites - Launch History of Weather Satellites
TIROS, the first weather satellite, was a big step forward in space based meteorology. Here you will find the launch history for the 10 TIROS program satellites. Page 4.

Cloud Shadows - Types of Cloud Shadows
Cloud shadows are like regular shadows on the ground. Anything that gets in the way of the suns rays will create a shadow behind it. Page 2.

Tornado PowerPoint® Presentations - A Weather Guide
Using PowerPoints® in the classroom or for general knowledge can be an easy way to increase understanding of tornado science. Tornadoes are destructive storms best understood through interactive pictures and explanations. The visual presentations presented here offer complete understanding of tornadoes and their nature.

The Eye of a Hurricane: Image and Labels
The Eye of a Hurricane photo with labels and information. Page 2.

2006 United States Temperature Extremes and Records Ranked by State
2006 ranks as one of the warmest years on record in the United States. Here, you can see the states with the most extreme temperature variations. In NO state were temperatures at or below normal for 2006 indicating a possible global warming or strong El Nino Effect. Page 2.

1998 United States Temperature Extreme Records and Rankings by State
1998 ranks as one of the warmest years on record in the United States. Here, you can see the states with the most extreme temperature variations. It is thought that the extreme temperatures may be due to global warming. Page 3.

1934 United States Temperature Extreme Rankings by State
1934 ranks as one of the warmest years on record in the United States. Here, you can see the states with the most extreme temperature variations. The Northeast set low temperature records while the Northwest set high temperature records. All temperatures are reported from the National Climatic Data Center, NOAA. Only 1998 and 2006 beat 1934 temperatures during the Dust Bowl, but the difference is that modern temperatures may be due to global warming. Page 4.

Palmer Drought Index Map for the 1930s Dust Bowl in the United States
The Palmer Drought Index details the areas across the United States that were the hardest hit in the 1930s during the Dust Bowl. Lack of precipitation across much of the US lead to crop loss, deaths, and extreme temperatures. Page 5.

United States Temperature Changes and Increases for the Winter of 2006/2007 Showing Unseasonably Warmer Temperatures
Data from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows the likely changes in temperatures to be experienced by United States residents in the winter of 2007/2007. More than half of the country is expected to have winter temperatures well above the normal ranges based on 1971-200 norm-referenced data sets. The trend, although often attributed to global warming, is more likely due to a strong El Nino event (ENSO). Page 6.

Global Temperatures Are Rising
Global Temperatures Are Rising. Weather. Page 7.

Sources of Greenhouse Gases in the home
Sources of Greenhouse Gases in the home. Page 8.

US Precipitation Outlook for the Winter 06/07 Season Due to El Nino
A relatively strong El Nino event is creating drier and wetter than normal conditions across portions of the United States. These conditions are for the winter of 2006/2007 but are likely to continue throughout the spring and possibly into the summer seasons. Page 9.

Snow Images in New York - Pictures of Snowstorms - Blizzard Photos
Weather photography submitted by users across the world helps others to see the conditions in real time. Winter and blizzard photos give weather articles more news worthy attention. See the ways in which this winter snow storm affected a New York town in February of 2005. Page 4.

Winter Ice Storms - Reader Submitted Weather Photos
Winter Ice Storms - Reader Submitted Weather Photos. Page 6.

Winter Ice Storms - Reader Submitted Weather Photos
Winter Ice Storms - Reader Submitted Weather Photos. Page 8.

Winter Ice Storms - Reader Submitted Weather Photos
Winter Ice Storms - Reader Submitted Weather Photos. Page 10.

Winter Ice Storms - Reader Submitted Weather Photos
Winter Ice Storms - Reader Submitted Weather Photos. Page 12.

Judy Steininger - Reader Submitted Tornado Images
Judy Steininger - Reader Submitted Tornado Images. Page 14.

Judy Steininger - Reader Submitted Tornado Image
Judy Steininger - Reader Submitted Tornado Image. Page 16.

Judy Steininger - Reader Submitted Tornado Image
Judy Steininger - Reader Submitted Tornado Image. Page 18.

The life Cycle of a Cumulonimbus (Cb) or Anvil Thunderstorm Cloud
Detailed diagram of the development of a cumulonimbus cloud from the UK MET Office. Page 2.

Weather Map Symbols - Cloud Cover
Using a station model, meteorologists report cloud cover using a series of symbols. Page 3.

North Carolina Tornado - Virginia Tornado - 2011
North Carolina and Virginia tornado damage images from the April 2011 storm. Page 6.

North Carolina Tornado - Virginia Tornado - 2011
North Carolina and Virginia tornado damage images from the April 2011 storm. Page 5.

North Carolina Tornado - Virginia Tornado - 2011
North Carolina and Virginia tornado damage images from the April 2011 storm. Page 4.

North Carolina Tornado - Virginia Tornado - 2011
North Carolina and Virginia tornado damage images from the April 2011 storm. Page 7.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 42.

A Lull in the Action After Fay Hits Key West
Tropical Storm Fay was the 6th named storm of the 2008 Atlantic Hurricane Season. Damages and flooding were prevalent as onlookers surveyed the damages from afar. Page 18.

Tropical Storm Fay Caused Flooding in Many Key West, Florida Locations
A woman walks through flooded streets during a lull in Tropical Storm Fay August 18, 2008 in Key West, Florida. The storm would later bounce around the Gulf of Mexico hitting Florida multiple times. Page 16.

Go Away Fay: The Unofficial Slogan of Tropical Storm Fay
A sort of unofficial slogan was adopted by residents of Key West, Florida as Tropical Storm Fay hit the area. Page 14.

Homes in Florida Were Flooded After Fay Passed Through
The National Hurricane Center predicted Tropical Storm Fay would become a Category 1 hurricane. Although it produced torrential rains and some storm surges, the storm caused mostly flooding in Florida. Other countries such as the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Haiti, and Jamaica were not so lucky. Page 13.

Large-Scale Evacuations Launched in Key West, Florida
Large-scale evacuations were launched in Key West, Florida as Tropical Storm Fay approached August 18, 2008. The storm was projected to hit the keys after causing damage and claiming lives in Haiti and Cuba. Page 12.

More Flood Photos After Fay
Rising flood waters are an unwelcome sight. Florida residents were drenched after the passing of Tropical Storm Fay. Page 11.

More Tropical Storm Fay Flood Photos
Tropical Storm Fay left many motorists stranded. Even after the massive evacuations of the Florida Keys, the weather would not allow many residents to move away from the resultant floods. Page 10.

Tropical Storm Fay Satellite Image
In this satellite image provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Tropical Storm Fay maintains its current structure as it moves across land near Cape Romano August 19, 2008 in southwestern Florida. Page 7.

Storm Surges in Florida Caused Some of the Damages and Flooding After Fay
Storm tides of 1 to 3 feet above normal were seen along the east coast of Florida to the north of the center of Fay according to the National Hurricane Center. Page 5.

Driving in Flood Water is Dangerous
Driving in Flood Water is Dangerous. Page 3.

Tropical Storm Fay Leaves Homeowners Scrambling
Homeowners in Florida scramble to clean up after Tropical Storm Fay hit the state several times dumping rain everywhere. Page 2.

North Carolina Tornado - Virginia Tornado - 2011
North Carolina and Virginia tornado damage images from the April 2011 storm. Page 2.

North Carolina Tornado - Virginia Tornado - 2011
North Carolina and Virginia tornado damage images from the April 2011 storm. Page 3.

Haiti Floods After Hurricane Ike
Haiti Floods After Hurricane Ike. Page 40.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 23.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 24.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 28.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 39.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 29.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 30.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 31.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 32.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 33.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 34.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 35.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 36.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 37.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 38.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 7.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 9.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 12.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 13.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 14.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 15.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 16.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 18.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 19.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 3.

Hurricane Ike - Hurricane Ike Hits Texas - Galveston Hurricanes
Hurricane Ike hit Galveston, Texas on September 12, 2008. Photos of the hurricane flooding the coastline of Texas show the power of a storm surge from a tropical weather system. These images of residential floods and wind damage from the most destructive hurricane to hit Texas in 50 years and comparable to the Galveston 1900 hurricane in terms of the intensity of Hurricane Ike. Page 4.

Early Weather Records, National Weather Service History
Early Weather Records, National Weather Service History. Page 2.

Elias Loomis - First Stormtracker
Elias Loomis, First Stormtracker. Page 3.

Weather Volunteers - First Weather Watchers
The first weather volunteers and weather watchers were unpaid citizens working under the direction of James Espy and others. Page 4.

Fort Myer, Virginia Signal Service Training
Fort Myer, Virginia Signal Service Training. Page 5.

French Weather Balloons
French Weather Balloons. Page 6.

General Greely
General Greely. Weather. Page 7.

General William Babcock Hazen - head of the United States Weather Service 1880-1887
General William Babcock Hazen - head of the United States Weather Service 1880-1887. Page 8.

James Glaisher's Weather Instruments
James Glaisher's Weather Instruments. Page 9.

Increase A. Lapham
Increase A. Lapham. Weather. Page 10.

James Pollard Espy - National Weather Service History
The meteorologist James Espy, a pioneering weather scientist, was appointed the first official Government meteorologist in 1842. Page 11.

James Tilton - National Weather Service History - Army History
James Tilton (June 1, 1745 - May 14,1822) was Physician and Surgeon General of the United States Army, June 11, 1813 - June 15, 1815. Page 12.

Joseph Henry, First Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution
Joseph Henry, First Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. Page 13.

Matthew Fontaine Maury
Matthew Fontaine Maury. Weather. Page 14.

General Myer, National Weather Service History
General Myer, National Weather Service History. Page 15.

An Old Barometer - Sling Psychrometer
A mercurial barometer and sling psychrometer are shown. In: The Aims and Methods of Meteorological Work by Cleveland Abbe. In: Maryland Weather Service, Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, 1899. Volume I. Page 306. Page 16.

United States Signal Service
United States Signal Service. Weather. Page 17.

United States Weather Bureau - National Weather Service History
The Weather Bureau Forecast Office in Washington D.C. in 1926. Page 18.

War Department Weather Map
War Department Weather Map. Page 19.

Early War Department Weather Report from Tennessee
Early War Department Weather Report from Tennessee. Page 20.

Water-spouts and Whirlwinds by Benjamin Franklin - National Weather Service History
Representation of waterspout accompanying

Weather Bureau Signal Flags
Weather Bureau Signal Flags. Page 22.

William Cox Redfield - Department of Commerce - National Weather Service History
William Cox Redfield, First Secretary of Commerce. Page 23.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 12.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 13.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 14.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 15.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 16.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 17.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 18.

Barack Obama Snowman
Ice covers a snowman outside the campaign headquarters of Democratic presidential hopeful Senator Barack Obama December 11, 2007 in Des Moines, Iowa. A massive ice storm moving through the Midwest caused many candidates to cancel scheduled campaign appearances. The storm has also been blamed for at least 23 deaths and the loss of power to nearly a million homes. Page 19.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 20.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 21.

Ugly Snowman #21
Ugly Snowman #2. Weather. Page 22.

Snowbunny
Snowbunny. Weather. Page 23.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 2.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 11.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 3.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 4.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 5.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 6.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 7.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 8.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 9.

Ugly Snowmen - World's Ugliest Snowman
The World's Ugliest Snowman: Vote now for your favorite ugly snowman! Page 10.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 3.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 2.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 4.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 5.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 6.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 9.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 8.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 7.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 11.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 10.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 12.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 13.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 15.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 14.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 18.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 17.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 16.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 19.

H1 Clouds - High Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 27.

H1 Clouds - High Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 25.

H5 Clouds - High Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 23.

H9 Clouds - High Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 19.

L5 Clouds - Low Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 14.

L6 Clouds - Low Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 13.

L7 Clouds - Low Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 12.

L8 Clouds - Low Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 11.

L9 Clouds - Low Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 10.

M1 Clouds - Middle Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 9.

M2 Clouds - Middle Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 8.

M5 Clouds - Middle Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 5.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 21.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 20.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 24.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 23.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 22.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 27.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 26.

Snowmageddon - Blizzard 2010 - Snow Storms
Snowmageddon, or the Blizzard of February 2010, was a massive snow storm that dropped record-breaking snow all across the Mid-Atlantic states. Page 25.

M6 Clouds - Middle Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 4.

M8 Clouds - Middle Level Clouds - Cloud Species Symbol
Station models for weather forecasting use cloud symbols to represent the high, middle, and low clouds that cover the sky at the time of the observation. The specific cloud species is indicated using both a symbol and code which details the height and types of clouds found in the atmosphere. Page 2.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 23.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 20.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 27.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 29.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 26.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 24.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 28.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 21.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 17.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 25.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 22.

Red River - Fargo and Moorhead
Red River - Fargo and Moorhead. Weather.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 14.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 15.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 16.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 4.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 18.

Red River Flood Preparations
Red River Flood Preparations. Weather. Page 3.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 2.

Red River Floods - Fargo, North Dakota - Red River of the North
The Red River floods are predicted to be huge flood events. The town of Fargo, ND is expected to be at record flood levels in March 2009. Page 19.

Red River Flood Preparations
Red River Flood Preparations. Weather. Page 5.

Red River Floods
Red River Floods. Weather. Page 6.

Red River Floods
Red River Floods. Weather. Page 8.

Red River Floods
Red River Floods. Weather. Page 9.

Red River Floods
Red River Floods. Weather. Page 10.

Red River Floods
Red River Floods. Weather. Page 11.

Red River Floods
Red River Floods. Weather. Page 12.

Red River Floods
Red River Floods. Weather. Page 13.

Red River Floods
Red River Floods. Weather. Page 7.

Images of the Missouri Floods of 2008 Show Massive Flooding
Images of the Missouri Floods of 2008 Show Massive Flooding. Page 3.

The Meramec River Continues to Rise as the Rains Keep Coming
The Meramec River Continues to Rise as the Rains Keep Coming. Page 4.

The Faint Outline of a Swimming Pool Can be Seen Flooded by the Meramec River
The Faint Outline of a Swimming Pool Can be Seen Flooded by the Meramec River. Page 7.

Homes are Threatened as the Meramec River Continues to Rise
Homes are Threatened as the Meramec River Continues to Rise. Page 10.

Flooding Threatens Homes on March 20, 2008
Flooding Threatens Homes on March 20, 2008. Page 9.

A Fenton, Missouri Park is Seen Flooded
A Fenton, Missouri Park is Seen Flooded. Page 8.

Volunteers Rush to Fill Sand Bags in Missouri
Volunteers Rush to Fill Sand Bags in Missouri. Page 12.

A Swimming Pool is Flooded Beyond Recognition
A Swimming Pool is Flooded Beyond Recognition. Page 13.

All Activities Have Stopped Because of the Flooding in the Midwest
All Activities Have Stopped Because of the Flooding in the Midwest. Page 15.

A Couple Escapes the Flooding in Missouri Using a Kayak
A Couple Escapes the Flooding in Missouri Using a Kayak. Page 18.

Eerie Images of Flooded Roads During the Missouri Floods
Eerie Images of Flooded Roads During the Missouri Floods. Page 22.

MODIS Satellite Flood Image March 2008
MODIS Satellite Flood Image March 2008. Page 24.

Ice Storms - Northeast US
Ice Storms - Northeast US. Weather.

Ice Storms - Northeast US
Ice Storms - Northeast US. Weather. Page 4.

Ice Storms - Northeast US
Ice Storms - Northeast US. Weather. Page 5.

Ice Storms - Northeast US
Ice Storms - Northeast US. Weather. Page 6.

Ice Storms - Northeast US
Ice Storms - Northeast US. Weather. Page 7.

Ice Storms - Northeast US
Ice Storms - Northeast US. Weather. Page 8.

Ice Storms - Northeast US
Ice Storms - Northeast US. Weather. Page 9.

Ice Storms - Northeast US
Ice Storms - Northeast US. Weather. Page 10.

Ice Storms - Northeast US
Ice Storms - Northeast US. Weather. Page 11.

Ice Storms - Northeast US
Ice Storms - Northeast US. Weather. Page 3.