Service and other government agencies supply for free?!?!? Most every city,
town, and village web site has a link to local weather, as does every
ski/golf resort, as does every ISP home page. Bill the weatherman is
obviously harvesting email addies and stealing money from fools.
Can't get better up to the minute hurricane info: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov /
Ever hear of RadarPlus from Acuweather or Seasonality or know of Madman
Henry Margusity ? It is the front end to data that affords
understanding if you want that.
Why would anyone want to demean someone else for what they find
pleasurable and interesting and of value to them, huh? Particularly
You are one abrasive and pathetic piece of shit, shel. You act like
some mean drunks I have known in my life.
You denigrate Bill for what he spends money upon, yet it is way cool
and important for you to spend big bucks on tractors and the most
gawdaful fencing around your double-wide......
Much of the stuff you post is simply braggadocio and running folks
down and really........ nunya effin' bidness.
For hurricanes, I go to National Hurricane Center / Tropical Prediction
Center at <http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ .
For predictions of local weather, I go to Southern California Weather
For other regions of the U.S., there are similar NOAA sites.
For data on weather that has already happened, I go to Hourly/Event
Stations: CHEESEBORO (VENTURA LA COASTAL) at
This gives me hourly readings of temperature, relative humidity, wind
speed and direction (average and peak gusts), and cumulative rainfall.
I can get hourly data back several years and also multi-day plots of the
data. There are over 1300 such stations in California operating on
behalf of the state's Department of Water Resources; however, not all of
them are as comprehensive as Cheeseboro, which is about 1.2 miles east
of my house.
David E. Ross
Climate: California Mediterranean
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