The Weather.gov National Weather Service provides forecasts, current conditions and weather warnings for the United States. We are not responsible for any other site that may claim the weather.gov address. Weather.gov is the official online weather resource from the National Weather Service, providing reliable forecasts and graphics for your local area. The site also has a variety of tools to help you plan ahead—whether it be an outdoor adventure or a potential travel delay!
The National Weather Service’s mission is to provide the public and the media with timely, highly accurate weather forecasts and products, as well as warnings of weather conditions that may be hazardous, or their impacts. The Weather Channel is your best source for the latest weather forecasts, maps and radar. Get home and business weather forecasts, tropical weather outlooks, local radar and a national map by state and climate zone.
The National Weather Service provides weather, hydrological, and climate data and forecasts for the United States, its territories, adjacent waters and ocean areas, for protection of life and property and enhancement of the national economy.
History of National Weather Service
Founded in 1871, the National Weather Service (NWS) is a federal agency that provides weather and river forecasts for the United States. The agency operates under the Department of Commerce, headed by a director who serves as an advisor to the President. Throughout its history, more than 200 meteorologists have been awarded Nobel Prizes for their contributions to understanding weather dynamics. The National Weather Service strives to ensure access to quality weather data and services needed by the public, industry, scientific community and others. The weather.gov website provides an easy way to find information about current weather conditions in your local area, as well as a comprehensive look at national and global weather patterns.
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