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NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS) Collection
Catalog of Images

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Sunrise effect and birds leaving roosting area just east of Baltimore. Birds spread out in all directions while heading towards foraging areas.
Sterling, Virginia WFO Radar 2004 August 26 1038 UTC
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A razor-thin squall line in the Channel Islands.
San Diego, California WFO Radar 2005 September 20 0327 UTC
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First in a sequence of thunderstorms over Lake Michigan.
Wisconsin, Green Bay WFO Radar 2005 September 13 2350 UTC
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The first rain band from Hurricane Frances as seen from the Melbourne radar.
Florida, Melbourne WFO Radar 2004 September 4 0102 UTC
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Strong storms with outflow boundary as seen from the Goodland, Kansas radar.
Goodland, Kansas WFO Radar 2005 August 26 0130 UTC
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The eye of Hurricane Katrina passing to the south of Miami.
Florida, Miami WFO Radar 2005 August 26 0128 UTC
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Strong storms over Lake Michigan and eastern Wisconsin moving to the east.
Wisconsin, Green Bay WFO Radar 2005 September 13 2354 UTC
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Strong storms over Lake Michigan and western Michigan moving to the east. This storm system took a little over an hour to cross Lake Michigan.
Gaylord, Michigan WFO Radar 2005 September 14 0113 UTC
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Thunderstorms over eastern Kansas and western Missouri.
Kansas City, Missouri WFO Radar 2005 September 13 2306 UTC
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Thunderstorms over western Nebraska and northwest Kansas. See image wea01277.
North Platte, Nebraska WFO Radar 2005 August 26 0141 UTC
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Hurricane Opelia brushing the coast of the Carolinas.
North Carolina, Wilmington WFO Radar 2005 September 14 1048 UTC
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Hurricane Opelia heading northeast passing just offshore from Cape Fear.
Newport, North Carolina WFO Radar 2005 September 15 0234 UTC
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The western edge of Hurricane Katrina as seen from Lake Charles.
Louisiana, Lake Charles WFO Radar 2005 August 29 0923 UTC
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Hurricane Katrina making landfall near Southwest Pass, Louisiana.
Alabama, Mobile WFO Radar 2005 August 29 0923 UTC
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Hurricane Katrina making landfall near Southwest Pass, Louisiana.
New Orleans, Louisiana WFO Radar 2005 August 29 0921 UTC
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Hurricane Rita churning in the Gulf of Mexico south of Lake Charles, Louisiana.
Louisiana, Lake Charles WFO Radar 2005 September 23 2017 UTC
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The western bands of Hurricane Rita churning in the Gulf of Mexico.
Houston, Texas WFO Radar 2005 September 23 2017 UTC
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Hurricane Rita as seen from Miami radar.
Miami, Florida WFO Radar 2005 September 20 1101 UTC
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Hurricane Rita as seen from Key West radar.
Florida, Key West WFO Radar 2005 September 21 0034 UTC
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The outer rainband from Hurricane Rita as seen from the Mobile radar.
Alabama, Mobile WFO Radar 2005 September 23 0006 UTC
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Hurricane Rita approaching landfall along the Texas-Louisiana border.
Louisiana, Lake Charles WFO Radar 2005 September 24 0138 UTC
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Hurricane Rita making landfall near Beaumont, Texas.
Louisiana, Lake Charles WFO Radar 2005 September 24 0742 UTC
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Is it a giant soccer ball? No, this is the Salt Lake City radar dome seen from a vantage point below a rock outcrop.
2006 June 12
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NWS Radar Tower & Radome
Tennessee, Memphis 2006 January 30
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NWS Radar Tower & Radome
Florida, Tallahassee 2006 January 14
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Bottom of the radome (part of pedestal structure) with many barn swallow nests.
North Dakota, Minot Air Force Base 2006 June 13
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NWS Radar Tower & Radome
Florida, Jacksonville 2006 January 15
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The United States Weather Bureau Building in Washington, D.C. Frontispiece of "Meteorology" by Willis Milham, 1912
1910?
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A Weather Bureau office - location and date unknown
Ca. 1900
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The Weather Bureau Forecast Office
Washington, D.C. 1926
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Unidentified station chief and colleague at a local forecast office
Ca. 1900
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The local forecast office at Buffalo, New York
January, 1899
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Unidentified personnel at a Weather Bureau office
Ca. 1900
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Hard at work in the teletype center - note teletype machines behind personnel Women's first opportunities in meteorology occurred as a result of WWII.
Ca. 1944
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Plotting upper-air maps Women's first opportunities in meteorology occurred as a result of WWII
1944 Circa
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Hard at work in an unidentified Weather Bureau office.
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At work in an unidentified Weather Bureau office.
1910 Circa
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Weather Bureau employees discussing some weather theory. Left unidentified, Fred Schumann center, George Cressman on right. Cressman was the first director of the National Meteorological Center and later headed the National Weather Service.
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Regional office training for new Weather Bureau employees Women's first opportunities in meteorology occurred as a result of WWII
1944 Circa
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United States Weather Bureau Headquarters in Washington, D. C.
1910?
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Left: Exterior view of the Headquarters Building of the U. S. Meteorological Service of the United States Signal Service. Right: A meteorologist reading a barometer. In: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, N. Y. , Vol. 50, Supplement, May 1, 1880. Call Number M/0203 U 58m.
1880
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The instrument room on the top floor of the U. S. Meteorological Service of the United States Signal Service. In: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, N. Y. , Vol. 50, Supplement, May 1, 1880. Call Number M/0203 U 58m.
1880
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Left: Arranging the arrows on the map. Right: Photographing the temperature by lamp light. At the headquarters of the Meteorological Service of the United States Signal Service. In: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, N. Y. , Vol. 50, Supplement, May 1, 1880. Call Number M/0203 U 58m.
1880
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Arrangement of the wind instruments on the roof of the Headquarters Building of the Meteorological Service of the United States Signal Service. In: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, N. Y. , Vol. 50, Supplement, May 1, 1880. Call Number M/0203 U 58m.
1880
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Duluth Weather Bureau Building.
Minnesota, Duluth 1929
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Duluth Weather Bureau Building.
Minnesota, Duluth 1929
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The Weather Bureau produced forecasts for the Air Mail Service.
North Platte, Nebraska
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An old-fashioned desk at the Weather Bureau Office at Madison.
Madison, Wisconsin
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Instruments on the roof of the Weather Bureau Office at Madison.
Madison, Wisconsin
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Airmail aircraft Hamilton NC879H, probably at Madison.
Madison, Wisconsin (?)

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