|Aviation Sports Weather||This is THE LINK! Graphic interpretation is easy to understand, plus gives cloud layers, time frame & wind speed/direction. Most accurate for cloud cover information.|
|National Weather Service||Their page for Topeka with graphs for current conditions, most accurate especially for wind speed prediction.|
|Surface Wind Map||Visual animation of surface winds across the U.S. with zoom feature for a more local look.|
|Airport Weather||Map of the airports within a 100 mile radius. Just mouseover the airport icon to see AWOS or other available reports for that location.|
|Winds Aloft||Detected from your location and time, forecasted at hourly intervals.|
|Winds Aloft||From the Kansas City reporting station, forecasted at 6, 12, or 24 hour increments. See also from the Salina or Wichita reporting stations.|
|NOAA ADDS||The National Weather Service Aviation Digital Data Service: type in the station you want...
KTOP is Topeka Billard.
KFOE is Topeka Forbes
KEMP is Emporia
Then select Translated radio button, the hit Get TAFs and METARs button. Very detailed and updated short range forecasts. This is some of what you get on a pilot briefing.
Or... see them all together in this link.
Want to look up a different weather station? Find the identifier here...
|ASOS||From the National Weather
Service, what you get in an Automatic Surface Observation System call. Get Current Conditions at ...|
|Topeka Radar||The latest Radar Image of Northeast Kansas, showing precipitation|
|US Surface Composite||Shows the U.S. satellite image with cloud cover/ water vapor, wind direction, isobars!|
|Osage County||From the National Weather Service, Current Conditions, Forecasts, Watches and Warnings for Osage County|
|The Weather Channel||Current area forecast or Weekend Forecast.. plus view current weather hour by hour and see current & forecast maps. Not as accurate as NWS but graphically more interesting.|
|Wunderground||get the forecast for Osage City in a format easy to understand without a ton of details|
|Storm Prediction Center||Storm Warnings from the Aviation Weather Center in Kansas City, Missouri|