|Why Bother with all this?
of ALL this is two fold, Amateur Radio Weather Awareness (ARA) and Weather Watching Logistics (WWL). Logistics, allowing the WX enthusiasts who enjoy formulating their own forecast and placing meaning around weather conditions affecting their area. After all, can you really do worse than the sensationalizing Media Hacks getting paid for it?
Few events in our day to day life are less controllable than Weather.
It affects us daily and there's nothing we can do about it except of course, avoid it. Understanding how weather develops and moves helps one to forecast accurately. You need be aware of what's coming you're way, it could possibly save lives, prevent surprises and prevent station damage.
TEXAS WEATHER WATCH
This site helps me and I hope others, to know what and when weather is approaching. TWW gives the Amateur Radio community one place to compile weather stats needed for forecasting. I am adding information and tools as they become available to help this effort.
Links are provided to all the major weather players. Bookmark these links and use them as needed. Both local and national displays help zero in on conditions affecting you're area, including Doppler, Rapid Fire displays of personal weather stations and antimated maps.
Texas Weather Watch has joined the
Citizen Weather Observer Program, contributing information to NOAA and uploading weather data to the TEXAS ARSWXNET/CWOP Station, sponsored by NOAA and affiliates.
One things I enjoy is studying weather.
I've been watching weather with glazing interest as far back as my youth. I take contributing weather data very serious. If your interested in reading more information about this subject, you'll find links to these sites in the right hand column under POPULAR WEATHER SITES..
Your Weather Data is valuable to all amateur weather enthusiast as well as professionals. If you would like you're personal weather station added to TWW, please contact K5UY.COM with your Station URL and you're QTH. All
Amateur Radio Operators are welcome and encouraged to participate.