Today's blog post is geared more toward the weather geeks among us, but among some of the features of the recently revamped University of Washington Atmospheric Sciences website is a link to past charts and satellite images for any day of the year...
All the way back to 1998!
It's great for if you wanted to look up some of the great weather events of the past 13 years. Want to know just what was the arctic set up that gave us two weeks of snow in Dec. 2008?
How about the satellite image of the great Hanukah Eve Storm of 2006?
Or, the chart of how hot it was across the West during the 103 degree heat wave in July of 2009?
You can find all of these maps and more at the UW Atmospheric Sciences Site. And if you're looking for past maps of current conditions you can find that there too.