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Welcome to the WW2010 Archives.
The first stage of development includes a growing library of data
from memorable weather events. Each case contains archived data:
satellite images, surface images, NEXRAD (when available), plus some
additional explanatory resources to aid with the interpretation of the
Key words of archive pages are linked to explanatory helper sections that
are useful not only for interpreting the images, but also for understanding
important topics in meteorology. For this first edition, only the case studies
are available, however, as the current weather products come online, this will
be the source for accessing archived images from 1 hour old up to six weeks
old for each and every product.
Veteran's Day Snowstorm
(11/09/96) - Almost 70 inches of snow fell in regions of Northeast
Ohio over the course of 6 days.
Contains: archived surface and upper-air data, personal photographs,
weather journals, plus a detailed explanation of the storm's character
throughout its lifetime.
April 19th Tornado Outbreak
(4/19/96) - 33 tornadoes touched down across Illinois.
Contains: archived data (including NEXRADs), hook echo and
velocity couplet close-ups,
images from local storm interceptors,
damage photographs plus a tutorial detailing pre-storm conditions.
(3/12/93) - Tornadoes in Florida, heavy snow from Alabama to New York,
record cold, winds, low pressure readings and snowfall totals.
Contains: archived satellite and surface data, detailed storm history,
plus case study curriculum for student projects.
175 mph winds, $20 billion in property damage, more than 60 people killed.
Contains: archived satellite and surface data plus summary of storm
The navigation menu (left) for this module is called "Case Studies".
Click on the menu item of interest to go to that particular section.
In addition, this entire web server is available in both a "graphics" and
"text"-based mode and these options are accessible from the blue User
Interface menu (left beneath the black navigation menus). More details about
the navigation system, the
user interface options or the WW2010 web
server are available from About This Server.
Veterans Day Snow