WXLive Live for iPad

Click for Potomac Falls, Virginia Forecast


« »
Latest WXtoImg image

Real time APT images. - Images are received at my ground station directly from NOAA polar orbiting satellites and decoded with WXtoImg.

<---Latest APT Image

Radar Weather Underground Radar. - For the Sterling and metropolitan area. Composite and Reflectivity are available with the use of filter controls.
temp1 Weather Underground. - US temperature chart 6 hour loop. Chart updated 4 times daily Click on your state for local weather station information.
loop Unisys Weather. - These images are generated by geostationary satellites orbitting 22,000 miles above the equator looking at the United States. These images updated once an hour at about 30 after the hour.
SS National Hurricane Center. - Super storm Sandy is no more and is one for the record books. Hurricane season ends November 30th.
SOHO Cam - *new* Live feed from our Roof Cam located at our studio. Click on the image to see a loop over the past 24 hours. Click here. to see a live feed.

SOHO - A great place to find out about space weather and its effects on our planet. Get up to date information on auroras, solar flares, and meteor showers. Click here to get the latest SDO images or here for data from SolarSoft
lightingf Real time lightning data updated every 30 seconds. Downlaod the app for iPhone and Ipad.

lighting About Earth's Weather. - Take a look in to the forces that affects and makes up earth's weather. Special thanks to Lisa Gardiner.
Tornado Tornado Chasers. - Weather related news pertaining to tornados as well as safety information on how to prepare for one in case one strikes in your area.

Addtional Satellite Links

Government Links, News and Educational Resources

Fun Stuff

Weather Science and Clock Kits

NOAA Daily Operational Image and Broadcast

GOES-12 GOES-12 GOES-12 GOES-13 Fulldisk and Conus images. Fulldisk updated every 3 hours conus images every 10 minutes. GOES Project Science click here
temp2 Real time US composite satellite image loop. - Updated every 10 minutes from the Space Science and Engineering Center
temp2 NOAA Sea Surface Temperature. - Daily sea surface temps from NOAA Polar spacecraft.
ice NOAA Polar Sea Ice. - Data provided by the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Department of Atmospheric Science.
sbuv NOAA\NWS. - SBUV data providing instrument, ozone and other data information.
Radiofax NWS Radiofax Charts for the NW Atlantic. - The latest version of marine weather charts for broadcast by the NOAA's National Weather Service. Animated charts are available from the Air Resourses Laboratory.
NOAARadio Eumetcast of Metop-2 is provided by Eumetsat and is updated every 3 minutes. To access EPS flight IR 10.8 click here.
alert NOAA Weather Radio. - Broadcast live over the web. Catch weather warnings and severe weather alerts.

Operations information and Special Events
Noaawt Office of Satellite Operations Daily Satellite Status Report - On 11/25/2014 The truck delivering NOAA's Deep Space Climate Observatory spacecraft, or DSCOVR, enclosed in a protective shipping container, backs up to the door of the airlock of Building 2 at the Astrotech payload processing facility in Titusville, Florida, near Kennedy Space Center. Read More..
Tracking Real Time Satellite Tracking - NOAA and other satelltes. Custom groups of satellites can be configured and tracked. Go to the main page to setup your location. Update 11/25/14: NOAA NPP has now been added.
Metop Ecuadorian Civilian Space Agency - UPDATE 03/21/2013: EXA's NEE-01 PEGASUS is set to launch in 39 days. The NEE-01 PEGASUS is a nano satellite, of the cubesat 1U class, it has a cubic shape and two solar panel wings with 3 panels on each side for a total of 6 panels per wing, its dimensions are 10 by 10 by 75 centimeters. it has an on-board dual visible and infrared camera which will allow the spacecraft to take pictures and transmit live video from space.
NASA NASA Website - Update 11/25/14 Two donuts of seething radiation that surround Earth, called the Van Allen radiation belts, have been found to contain a nearly impenetrable barrier that prevents the fastest, most energetic electrons from reaching Earth.The Van Allen belts are a collection of charged particles, gathered in place by Earth’s magnetic field. Read More..
Storm Photo of the Week - 11/25/14 An active East Coast weather pattern continues. A developing nor'easter is projected to cause havoc from the Carolinas to New England. The NOAA U.S. National Weather Service forecasts widespread precipitation from Florida to Maine. Image: SNPP VIIRS true-color image of the United States East Coast the evening of November 25, 2014. Credit: NOAA/NASA. if you have a great weather or nature photo please email it to and we will showcase it on our site.

The American Red Cross flag FEMA
NOAA Banner

Now serving...

family safe

Click to join weatherscience

Click to join weatherscience

Join the Movement: Stop Diabetes FB

Last updated Nov 26, 2014 by Steven and Carol Ross © 2007-2014