American Meteorological Society - A valuable feature of this professional society's page is "AMS Journals Online," which gives free text search access to either the society periodicals or specific titles.
CEDA Archives - Based in Oxfordshire, the Center "assists UK atmospheric researchers to locate, assess, and interpret data. Center produced datasets are accessible through an Internet link, as are external datasets housed there. Meteorological, atmospheric chemistry and stratospheric data are provided.
Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies - A joint venture of the University of Wisconsin and NASA, with research programs on operational weather satellites, instrument development, applications ranging from biomass burning monitoring to numerical weather prediction. Featured projects include ARTIC Fire (an Arctic Cloud experiment) and the Winter Storm Reconnaissance Program.
Midwestern Regional Climate Center - A cooperative program of the National Climatic Data Center and the Illinois State Water Survey, one of six such centers in the United States. Both historical analysis and current data are provided, as are climate summaries for each Midwestern state.
National Centers for Environmental Information - Based in Asheville, NC, this is the world's largest active archive of weather data covering 150 years and virtually all NOAA information. Sections on satellite resources, radar resources, climatic extremes and weather events. Search capability by maps and individual events is provided.
National Hurricane Center - The major U.S. facility monitoring tropical cyclones over the Atlantic, Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, and Eastern Pacific from May 15 through November 30. Historical charts from 1492 to date are accessible, along with seasonal summaries by region and details of aircraft reconnaissance.
National Severe Storms Laboratory - Based in Norman, Oklahoma, this internationally known environmental research laboratory specializes in the study of all aspects for severe weather (tornadoes, thunderstorms, lightning, hail, floods, and damaging winds). "NSSL Briefings" is available full-text through this page.
SEDAC: Stratospheric Ozone and Human Health Project - The purpose of this site is to provide data and resources in the areas of ultraviolet (UV) radiation, ozone, and human health. A bibliographic database of expert literature is included. Covering the period of 1979 to present.
World Meteorological Organization,(WMO) - The specialized agency of the United Nations coordinating global scientific activity relating to all aspects of weather. The full text of recent press releases, official statements, and media features is provided.