The word meteorology is a noun. Meteorology means (1) the earth science dealing with phenomena of the atmosphere (especially weather), (2) predicting what the weather will be.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word meteorology.
Meteorologists study how the atmosphere affects our environment, and specifically how it relates to weather. Learn about the educational requirements and professional responsibilities of meteorologists.
Amateur meteorologists who need more weather information than a basic weather map or local weather forecast will appreciate the meteorological resources listed on this page.
Accuweather, established in 1962, is an authority on weather. Users can find local forecasts for everywhere in the U.S. and over 2 million locations worldwide. They also offer products and services to over 250,000 paying customers in the media. AccuWeather is located in State College, PA. Users can find weather news, forecasts, maps, extreme weather, storm trackers, airports, and more.
Intellicast, started in 1996, is a business unit within WSI, Weather Services International. Intellicast's mission is to detect, forecast, and depict disruptive weather. It is the weather vendor of choice for many media companies. Users can find local weather, U.S. and global weather, Professional weather maps, storm center, planners and weather tools. Also forecasts, currents, radar, and more.
NOAA is a federal agency that is focused on the condition of the oceans and the atmosphere. NOAA supplies information that pertains to the state of the oceans and the atmosphere. In addition to producing weather warnings and forecasts through the National Weather Service, NOAA's information products extend to climate and ecosystems as well.
This is the website for the Weather Channel. On it, users can find local weather or check the weather for other locations. Users can also find information about The Weather Channel programs, weather alerts, latest weather news, a storm watch, videos, downloads, mobile, education and some special sites such as vacation home rentals and the weather channel store.
WMO is a specialized agency of the United Nations, established in 1950. It is the UN's authoritative voice on the state and behavior of the earth's atmosphere, its interactions with the oceans, the climate it produces, and the resulting distribution of water resources. On the website, users can find weather forecasts and warnings, weather news, information about climate, and more.
This website contains an enormous amount of information about weather around the world. Besides up to date forecasts, there are photos and trip planners. Users can select time zones, language, and metric or English units. There are also maps and storm warnings. Users can register and keep a list of cities for which they want to keep track of the weather.