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by anynomous person
(Miami, Florida)

This is a pic of the sign you will see on the website

This is a pic of the sign you will see on the website

On NOAA.Gov you are able to find the everything on weather except for what kind of clouds to expect but they have mostly like everything you would need to know about weather.

Barry's Response - Yes, A, good site. Just type the city and state name in the small white box in the upper left corner found when you search at https://www.google.com/search?num=100&rlz=1C1GGGE_enCA518CA518&ei=9PKqWtHYNcPgjwOEiKLIBQ&q=noaa+gov&oq=noaa+gov&gs_l=psy-ab.3..0l9j0i10k1.403989.405291.0.405459. to get your info, a little map and everything. Good Detail.

As the name National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration implies, this agency deals with the study of the oceans, the atmosphere and the interaction between them. They alert US citizens to problem weather, provide regular forecasting services and advise industry and the public regarding environmental responsibility.

NOAA regards themselves as "an informed society that uses a comprehensive understanding of the role of the oceans, coasts, and atmosphere in the global ecosystem to make the best social and economic decisions." They do so "to meet our nation's USA economic, social, and environmental needs."

In terms of weather they forecast weather, storms, floods and droughts, and provide specialized transportation weather forecast services. For climate, they provide climate data and research climate change, both regional and global in nature.

Many people refer to their forecasts daily. Thanks for directing us there.

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Lightning Strickes
by: Danny Cupples

How do I find out if there was lightning strickes in my area on 12/08/09, 38401 area code?thorax

Barry's Response - I would suggest you call the NOAA office servicing your area and see where they direct you.

by: Anonymous

That is very interesting. I did not know about NOAA.Gov. It seems like something I will got check out. I love looking up things that have to deal with the weather.

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