Please be patient. Now that we've got our new site online, we're extra motivated to clean up these links and make this page much more useful. The short-term plan is to re-organize these links, with an emphasis on sites that either offer useful educational material or real-time weather data. These updates are in progress now.
In order to make this page as useful as possible, our approach here aims to be different than the typical weather links page. Here, we are organizing the links in the general order of the steps that a good analyst would take in making a convective forecast, namely looking at the "big picture" by doing careful analysis of data that clarifies the large-scale weather pattern, then by looking at recent events to gain a sense of temporal continuity, and then by trying to figure out the most likely evolutions of clouds, rain, temperature, moisture, winds and the boundaries that mark transitions in these variables and (finally) how and where this evolution might bring about conditions favorable (or unfavorable) for severe weather. We recommend that you open each link in a separate window if you hope to return here without having to abuse your browser's "Back" button ;)