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Last year I developed a list of Ten Unique Ideas, Facts and Uses for XML. I just recently realized another one that impacts all of us every day. METAR is the most popular format in the world for the transmission of weather data.

It is highly standardized through International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), which allows it to be understood throughout most of the world. The name METAR has its origins in the French phrase "message d’observation météorologique pour l’aviation régulière" ("Meteorological observation message for routine aviation") and would therefore be a contraction of MÉTéorologique Aviation Régulière. A METAR weather report is predominantly used by pilots in fulfillment of a part of a pre-flight weather briefing, and by meteorologists, who use aggregated METAR information to assist in weather forecasting. Although the general format of METAR reports is a global standard, the specific fields used within that format vary somewhat between general international usage and usage within North America. Note that there may be minor differences between countries using the international codes as there are between those using the North American conventions.
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Stop by and see our Reservations Center.
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Volcanoes Around the World

Earthquakes: The World Book at NASA and other items of interest

Interactive Weathermap Of Europe

Solar Eclipses

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This is the "Weather Bureau" where the "Weather Man" lives

See the TEMPERATURE


In selected cities around the World

Skiing

SKIING
in the
ALPES-MARITIMES of FRANCE


and the

LAURENTIAN MOUNTAINS of QUEBEC

Skiing

See Penney Vanderbilt BLOG about Golf and Vacations, especially on the French Riviera

Skiing

Ski Trains to North Creek, NY


Follow a new railroad into the Adirondack Mountains of New York State. They run tourist trains, dinner trains, and even a ski train from Saratoga to North Creek. They want to reactivate the railroad to a mine that was closed over 20 years ago. New technology and a new attitude maybe just the right combination.
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Weather on the French Riviera

Meteo France covers weather for the area of the French Riviera from the following stations:



Nice (actually, the observatory is close-by in Cap Ferrat)

Alpes-Maritimes (This is the weather overview for the entire Alpes-Maritimes Department)

Beausoleil (located between Monte Carlo and Menton)

Vence (slightly inland and higher than sea-level but lower than Grasse)

Vallauris (Near Cannes)

Grasse (More inland and higher than Vence)

Saint Raphael (West of Cannes)

Saint Tropez (a unique position on the sea and famous for its beaches)

Hyères (West of St Tropez, near to Toulon)

Mer Méditerranée (This is the "boater's forecast")

Valberg (In the Basses Alpes, Valberg provides a "skier's forecast"

Corse ( Corsica is just a ferry ride from Nice)
Other weather stations are located at Nice West

Beausoleil

Auribeau (between Cannes and Grasse)

Plateau de Calern - alt. 1300 m (32 km au nord-ouest de Nice, au-dessus de Grasse)

Draguignan

Le Luc-en-Provence - 65 km au nord-ouest de Nice (Provence intérieure)

Temperature of the sea

European Alps Weather Map

VALLAURIS (110m env)

Saint-Martin-Vesubie (900m env)

Clans (674m env)

Tableau d'observations pour Cap Ferrat ( 138 m )

We also have the weather from the Nice Côte d'Azur Airport, covered by The Weather Channel, MSN Weather, and Accu Weather.

Mirabel International Airport

One of the greatest vacation spots is Nice, in the French Côte d'Azur.

While you are in Nice, how about a great ferry ride to Corsica?
Ajaccio is the most important ferry port on Corsica Island. The white city of Ajaccio lies in a semicircle on the bay, and is set against the backdrop of wooded hills. The ferry port area, fringed by palm trees, is filled with yachts and lined with colourful houses.
As the Ajaccio ferry port terminal is located near the centre of Ajaccio, there are many shops and restaurants within walking distance. At the port itself you will find a convenience store and a cafe. Meteo France provides weather, weather forecast and holiday weather for Ajaccio
All about how railroads deal with Winter and snow. Whiteface Mountain. St Tropez Lighthouse. Click for Cannes - Grasse weather
Railroad Station at Troy, New York

Railroad Station at Troy, New York


The station in Troy was owned by the Troy Union Rail Road. The TURR lasted from the mid 19th Century till the mid 20th Century. It was owned by the New York Central, Delaware & Hudson and Boston & Maine. Access from the South was from Rensselaer; from the West, via the Green Island Bridge; from the North was street running almost the entire length of Troy. See Penney's blog for more information (and a great movie from the 1950's).

"Cleaning" switches in Winter

Railroads and Transit in Denver

A collection of articles about Railroads and Public Transit in Denver, Colorado. Colorado is home to many tourist railroads and railroad museums.
See a great sample of this material or read the entire article.
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NOAA's National Weather Service Pacific Tsunami Warning Center

NOAA's National Weather Service Pacific Tsunami Warning Center

Tsunamis



lot of good lessons and information all about tsunamis



What is a tsunami?

On October 16, 1979 in Nice, France; an undersea landslide generated 2 tsunamis and resulted in several deaths. This "submarine landslide" in the Mediterranean caused a tsunami that struck the French Riviera without warning. The sea retreated 975 feet before rushing back in the form of two 32-foot-high waves along the 37 miles of effected coastline. It was what scientists refer to as a "near-source tsunami." Sometimes, the only indication of such a tsunami comes when water recedes quickly from the shore. The first wave hits within minutes, allowing no time for any kind of official warning. Near-source tsunamis are accompanied by ground-shaking, which, if severe enough, can cause evacuation routes to become blocked by debris.

Tsunami! is hosted and maintained at the University of Washington by the Department of Earth and Space Sciences. This website is dedicated to providing general information about tsunamis, their causes and history as well as what to do in case of a tsunami.

Surviving a Tsunami - Lessons from Chile, Hawaii, and Japan (If you read nothing else, read this) This is a USGS publication (available online) that details how to survive a tsunami. It is based on personal accounts of the tsunami generated by the 1960 magnitude-9.5 earthquake in Chile.

Pacific Warning Center

West Coast and Alaska warning Center
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Old Farmers Almanac

In the Old Farmer's Almanac you'll find links to long-range and 7-day weather forecasts, weather history database, and links to charts and information on common weather phenomena.

A hurricane is a tropical cyclone, occurring in the North Atlantic Ocean or the Northeast Pacific Ocean, east of the International Dateline.



A tropical cyclone is a storm system characterized by a large low-pressure center and numerous thunderstorms that produce strong winds and heavy rain. Tropical cyclones feed on heat released when moist air rises, resulting in condensation of water vapor contained in the moist air. They are fueled by a different heat mechanism than other cyclonic windstorms such as nor'easters, European windstorms, and polar lows, leading to their classification as "warm core" storm systems.

The term "tropical" refers to both the geographic origin of these systems, which form almost exclusively in tropical regions of the globe, and their formation in maritime tropical air masses. The term "cyclone" refers to such storms' cyclonic nature, with counterclockwise rotation in the Northern Hemisphere and clockwise rotation in the Southern Hemisphere. Depending on its location and strength, a tropical cyclone is referred to by names such as hurricane, typhoon, tropical storm, cyclonic storm, tropical depression, and simply cyclone.

While tropical cyclones can produce extremely powerful winds and torrential rain, they are also able to produce high waves and damaging storm surge as well as spawning tornadoes. They develop over large bodies of warm water, and lose their strength if they move over land. This is why coastal regions can receive significant damage from a tropical cyclone, while inland regions are relatively safe from receiving strong winds. Heavy rains, however, can produce significant flooding inland, and storm surges can produce extensive coastal flooding up to 40 kilometres (25 mi) from the coastline. Although their effects on human populations can be devastating, tropical cyclones can also relieve drought conditions. They also carry heat and energy away from the tropics and transport it toward temperate latitudes, which makes them an important part of the global atmospheric circulation mechanism. As a result, tropical cyclones help to maintain equilibrium in the Earth's troposphere, and to maintain a relatively stable and warm temperature worldwide.

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Active tropical cyclones in the Atlantic, Caribbean, and the Gulf of Mexico

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Mission is to provide timely and accurate forecasts and watches for severe thunderstorms and tornadoes over the contiguous United States.
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At left:US Coast Guard riding in a Hurricane

At bottom. Beach in a hurricane

Beach in a hurricane
There is always a chance of storms in the Mediterranean Sea.
Ominous Weather is about more than weather. Its about our environment. Its about our social issues that need to be surfaced if we want to save our environment. See Champions of our Environment like Al Gore SAS le Prince Albert II de Monaco John R. Stilgoe Ralph Nader. We have other environmental sites on garbage trucks and Rapid response temporary shelters / portable housing. We have addressed several railroad-related projects that will conserve fuel and lessen pollution. Our Window on Europe spotlights projects that can help the rest of the World. See projects that will conserve fuel and lessen pollution.
See our section on NorthWestern France.
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National Earthquake Center

Earthquakes: The World Book at NASA National Earthquake Center
Haiti Earthquake Haiti Earthquake

Expert earthquake site about southeastern france and the area of Nice, France

VOLCANO


A volcano is a mountain that opens downward to a pool of molten rock below the surface of the earth. When pressure builds up, eruptions occur. Gases and rock shoot up through the opening and spill over or fill the air with lava fragments. Eruptions can cause lateral blasts, lava flows, hot ash flows, mudslides, avalanches, falling ash and floods. Volcano eruptions have been known to knock down entire forests. An erupting volcano can trigger tsunamis, flashfloods, earthquakes, mudflows and rockfalls. More than 80 percent of the earth's surface is volcanic in origin. The sea floor and some mountains were formed by countless volcanic eruptions. Gaseous emissions from volcano formed the earth's atmosphere.

The word volcano comes from the little island of Vulcano in the Mediterranean Sea off Sicily. Centuries ago, the people living in this area believed that Vulcano was the chimney of the forge of Vulcan( Lat. Volcanus)--the blacksmith of the Roman gods.

See more volcanoes at SolcomHouse

Volcano WebCams around the World

Volcano WebCam

Réunion Island Volcanos



A basaltic shield volcano, Piton de la Fournaise, forms the SE half of Réunion Island, 800 km E of Madagascar. It has been one of the most active oceanic volcanoes, with more than 100 eruptions in the last 300 years and there have been between two and four eruptions annually since 1998. Much of its more than 530,000 year history overlapped with eruptions of the deeply dissected Piton des Neiges shield volcano to the NW. Three calderas formed at about 250,000, 65,000, and less than 5,000 years ago by progressive eastward slumping of the volcano. Numerous pyroclastic cones dot the floor of the calderas and their outer flanks.

TORNADO


A tornado is a violent, rotating column of air which is in contact with both the surface of the earth and a cumulonimbus cloud or, in rare cases, the base of a cumulus cloud. The most intense of all atmospheric phenomena, tornadoes come in many shapes and sizes, but are typically in the form of a visible condensation funnel, whose narrow end touches the earth and is often encircled by a cloud of debris and dust. Most tornadoes have wind speeds less than 110 miles per hour (177 km/h), are approximately 250 feet (80 m) across, and travel a few miles (several kilometers) before dissipating. The most extreme can attain wind speeds of more than 300 mph (480 km/h), stretch more than two miles (3 km) across, and stay on the ground for dozens of miles (more than 100 km). Various types of tornadoes include the landspout, multiple vortex tornado, and waterspout. Waterspouts have similar characteristics to tornadoes, characterized by a spiraling funnel-shaped wind current that forms over a body of water, connecting to a large cumulus or cumulonimbus cloud. Waterspouts are generally classified as non-supercellular tornadoes that develop over bodies of water.[4] These spiraling columns of air frequently develop in tropical areas close to the equator, and are less common at high latitudes.[5] Other tornado-like phenomena which exist in nature include the gustnado, dust devil, fire whirls, and steam devil.
Tornado
The National Weather Service confirms that a tornado touched down in Bridgeport, Connecticut on June 24, 2010. Investigators surveyed the damage on Friday morning. The brief touchdown occurred on Main Street and Cedar Street, just a block north of I-95 in New Haven. It touched down at 2:30 p.m. The category EF1 tornado had winds reaching 100 miles per hour and was 100 yards wide. It was on the ground for less than a quarter mile.
Philadelphia Rail Maritime Industry
Snow Belt in New York State Boonville Station

There is a "Snow Belt" in New York State that runs above Syracuse and Utica. It goes East from Oswego to at least Boonville. Here's the station at Boonville.



Find out more about Weather around the World

Ominous Weather is about more than weather. Its about our environment. Its about our social issues that need to be surfaced if we want to save our environment. See Champions of our Environment like Al Gore SAS le Prince Albert II de Monaco John R. Stilgoe Ralph Nader. We have addressed several railroad-related projects that will conserve fuel and lessen pollution. Our Window on Europe spotlights projects that can help the rest of the World.
We have other environmental sites on garbage trucks and Rapid response temporary shelters / portable housing.
Main Street in Matteawan in the 'blizzard of 88' Budd RDC's running in snow

Main Street in Matteawan, New York in the “blizzard of 88".

Self propelled rail car running in snow

June 2010 Flood in Var Region of France June 2010 Flood in Var Region of France

June 2010 Flood in Var Region of France

Major Golfing Golf in Nice and the French Riviera
Golf in Northwest France

Golf in Laurentides / Laurentians Region of Quebec
Golf in the Montréal area

The U.S. Open
Golf Courses on Google Earth

The PGA Tour

European Golf Tour

World Golf Championships

Canadian Golf Tour

Asian Golf Tour
Lowest       Car Rental Deals

We are working on our list of Golf Hotels and Resorts


Some of these are well known because of PGA Tour events held there. Pinehurst; The Greenbrier; and Pebble Beach certainly belong in this catagory. Others are located in towns with even more than golf as an attraction. In this Category is The Otesaga in Cooperstown, New York; Basin Harbor Club on Lake Champlain.

Other Sites of Interest

Last, but not least, we have some other sites you will enjoy:
French Riviera towns East of Nice,
French Riviera towns West of Nice,
Villeneuve-Loubet, Sophia-Antipolis and Marina Baie des Anges,
Antibes/Juan-les-pins (France),
Plan for Winter Omympics in Nice, France (fascinating study for anyone interested in weather),
Castillon is high above the French Riviera
Mirabel International Airport
Denver, Colorado
Menton on the French Riviera
Mexico
MonteCarloMonacoThe famous small country of Monaco
Montréal, Québec
New York State Tourism
Philadelphia Tourist Information
Philadelphia Railroads and Transit

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