[Homeroast] OT: Weather Site

sallsup sallsup at gmail.com
Thu Oct 23 16:35:36 CDT 2014

Hi Lynn,

I know there are several major wx archives available, but this is the
one that I think might be the best shot:
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cdo-web/  National Climate Data Center.

Also, if you like talking and reading wx, I'd recommend
americanwx.com.  It's been a while since I was active there, and
you'll need to take some time and figure out who are the useless
wishcasters vs people who know their stuff, but it's good a great deal
of info.


On Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 5:20 PM, Lynne Biziewski <lynnebiz at gmail.com> wrote:
> I hope it is OK to go off topic for a bit.
> A few years ago, someone (I think it was here on SM's list - but a search
> in my email turned up nothing) shared an interesting weather site. Alas, I
> have gone through several laptops since then (my clumsy genes seem to excel
> in finding ways to break electronics... including (only once though)
> dropping them on my foot...) and I lost the site in the transfer of one
> computer to another.
> The site showed something that is very useful to me - the barometric
> pressure changes over a period of time of a given location. I've searched,
> but cannot find this or any other that might show this... especially since
> this showed areas all over the world. Of course, I know the typical places
> that are known for stable weather with little barometric changes - but if I
> can find that site again, I can search for others that may not be all that
> well known.
> I'm in agony already, with the change of weather here in the Boston area.
> :( I hate being like this - my pain level is almost manageable when the sun
> is out and the rare times we have decent weather (low humidity, sun
> shining... sigh.. not Boston weather). Now that it has been drizzly rainy,
> I even had to dig out the cane I haven't used in so long.
> A move like this isn't easy at any age... but living like this really
> stinks & I know from past experience that my location can make the world of
> difference.
> Heck, I'm not even enjoying roasting these days - and THAT says a lot!
> Lynne
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