The following Links list will be periodically updated, as I find time to search for new and improved links, pages, nets, etcetera, etcetera...
NLMOC Web Page - This is the home page of the Navy's main East Coast weather center at Norfolk, VA. Lots of weather-related information and products available. A "must-have" weather link for everybody...not just military.
Severe Weather Warnings Page - Good site that shows the text for all Severe Thunderstorm, Tornado, and Flash Flood Warnings issued in the past 24 hours.
Storm Prediction Center - A part of the NWS, the SPC is responsible for monitoring severe weather in the lower 48 and issuing Severe Thunderstorm and Tornado Watches.
NWS Internet Weather Source - The one-stop source for National Weather Service weather conditions, NEXRAD radar graphics, NWS DIFAX charts, and more.
Interactive Weather Information Network - Intro page into the NWS's IWIN system, with state-specific links to NWS forecast discussions, weather conditions, and NWS text products.
Weather Underground - Neat site for weather information (both US and International). They have a search string which you can input a city name, a state, or even a zip code, and it will bring up weather from the nearest reporting station.
Colorado State University GOES-12 Imagery - One of the few sites I know of that offers full-disk weather satellite imagery.
Biking - The Star Tribune's resource in biking and bike trails in Minnesota.
Paul Bunyan Trail Webpage - WWW Page for Minnesota's Paul Bunyan State Trail.
Twin Cities Star Tribune Online - Get the whole paper, without having to use that annoying newspaper vending machine that always "eats" your coins.
WCCO Channel 4 - News, Weather, Sports, Discussions, Dimension, and links to newspapers, TV stations, and magazines across the country.
The Virginian Pilot - The main newspaper for South Hampton Roads.
The Daily Press - Primary newspaper for "the Peninsula" part of the Hampton Roads area.
A Walk Across Virginia II - A website detailing Bernie Hylton's east-west walk across Virginia, from Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean in Virginia Beach.
Froggie's Blog - My blog, created in August, 2005.
Page last modified 30 August, 2005