I always wondered why my boy friend in Pittsburgh often seemed to experience our weather here in Cleveland a day later.
This really cool wind map from a pair of Google computer scientists may hold the answer. One can view the pathways of wind across the U.S. live. Information is updated hourly from the National Weather Service’s forecast database. I notice many times winds are blowing across the Great Lakes from Ohio toward Pennsylvania. Now the weather patterns make sense!
I also like how the map shows wind as white and grey strands, indicating speed as well. Glad I’m not Nebraska right now! Check it out here.
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