Meteorology Photo Contest
Enter your Weather and Climate related photos for a chance to have them prominently displayed throughout the Department. Submit entries by March 1, 2016. View Photo Contest Results
- Campus Weather Service
Penn State's student run weather service
- Earth Systems Research Lab (ESRL) Operational Numerical Model Output Site
Log In required. Accessible only from a Penn State IP address.
Courtesy of Mike Fiorino. Please send comments about this site to Michael.Fiorino@noaa.gov
- Forecasters e-Wall
An electronic map wall with access to pertinent weather data.
- Glossary of Weather Terms
Definitions for 636 weather terms/courtesy of Weather Underground, Inc
Pennsylvania State Climatologist
Climate data within the state of Pennsylvania
- Tropical Group Models
Operational model fields that are being used in a study examining their forecast ability for tropical cyclogenesis in the southern hemisphere basins.
The Joel N. Myers Weather Center
This is our weather station! Located on the 6th floor of Walker Building. Local weather data resources and information about the history and purpose of the Joel N. Myers Weather Center can be found on this page.
Weather Communications Group
The Weather Communications Group (WCG) is a microcosm of the three-fold mission of the land-grant university; teaching, research and public service.
Weather or Not
Weather Or Not is a fun and educational weather television show created and produced by meteorology students. The show reviews the latest in weather-related news,provides the weekend forecast, answers common meteorological questions, and explores how weather ties into everyday life. A new fifteen-minute show airs on Centre County's C-NET, Channel 7, each week.
Weather World is a weeknight 15-minute weather program, which is produced from the Department of Meteorology's television studio and seen across the Commonwealth on the Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN) and on Penn State's Public Television Station (WPSX)
- WRF/EnKF Realtime Atlantic Hurricane Forecasting System
A computer model to monitor the track and intensity of hurricanes, developed by Dr. Fuqing Zhang and his research group
Updated twice a day
- Other Resources
A link to Bufkit data and to meteorological units, constants, and variables.