Using real time weather data collected in Austin, TX, I've created a piece of music that streams online. [more inside]
In an effort to keep myself accountable for experimenting with various drawing programs, I'll be posting quick sketches about the weather a few times a week (hopefully). [more inside]
For residents of CO, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, MI, MN, MO, NE, ND, SD, WI, and WY: this is a page that formats the National Weather Service Central Region's "weather story" forecast information for your iPhone, including an icon so you can it to your home screen. Information on how to customize to your location is in the extended description. Source on Github. [more inside]
Doing some research on clouds for another project, so dropping fun cloud stuff off here. Honestly, I recommend going outside and looking at actual clouds instead.
Curious which way the wind blows? Here's a map of historical winds in California and here's a detailed view of Honolulu. WindHistory is an interactive web map that shows wind roses for 2500 stations in North America. Built with SVG, Polymaps, and D3.
A slowly rotating circular graphic reveals relative weather data for 50 cities across the globe. Cities are organized according to highest average annual temperature, and precipitation levels animate month to month. Mostly just eye candy, I suppose.