Skip to comments.Weather Maps (Vanity Question)
Posted on 06/15/2013 3:24:49 AM PDT by Cletus.D.Yokel
What's available on the interwebz for Dew Point / Dry Line investigation?
Foggy and 55 degrees here in southeastern Jackson county.
from intellicast, http://www.intellicast.com/National/Humidity/DewPoint.aspx
Thanks! I use intellicast everyday and never found their humidity maps. That sukkah is in my bookmarks.
Looks like the dryline runs from Denver to “The Duke” today. Midland TX might get wet.
Mesonet for Texas with your choice of Aggie flavor/colors or Red Raider flavor/colors:
I found this wind site. Gives a different look.
I forgot how to post a link but here is another website.
Looks like dry line runs from El Paso to near Dalhart.
Here is what I use when I chase storms along the dryline...from the Storm Prediction Center. It is really a nice tool that depicts the location of the dryline that auto updates.
Note: You have to click Basic SFC on top toolbar and click temp/wind/dew point
The map also has a nice feature that allows you to mouse over the latest dryline trend (past 4 hours) and the forecast position (future six hours).
This is a neat WV map from the N Pole perspective:
The map overlay in the left pane and graphs on the right have dew point options. Also a lot of options for historical data.
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