How to follow storms?
Revision as of 09:16, 7 June 2011 by Gher
This page provides a few links to follow thunderstorms.
- the European Storm Forecast Experiment (ESTOFEX) provides forecast of storm probability over Europe on a daily basis, along with a description and a discussion of the main atmospheric features responsible for the storms: http://www.estofex.org/
- the European Cooperation for Lightning Detection (EUCLIDE) produces maps of lightning over Europe for the last 2 hours, with 1 hour of delay: http://www.euclid.org/realtime.html
A global coverage of the Earth is available at http://wwlln.net/TOGA_network_global_maps.htm
- Visible and infrared images allows identifying the areas with cumuliform clouds development: http://www.sat24.com/fr/eu
- Sounding provides a view of the vertical structure of the atmosphere: http://weather.uwyo.edu/upperair/sounding.html
- Radars measure precipitations and also allows the detection of storms: http://www.meteox.com
- Turotial and tips for lightning pictures: