Weather forecast for Poland (the next 48 hours) from the Institute of
Meteorology and Weather Management in Warsaw.
Numerical weather forecasts for Poland from IMGW. Two different models
(sometimes giving conflicting results) are provided.
Radar maps of Poland showing precipitation. Rain density is measured in
decibels (dBZ): regions of light and dark blue (5-10 dBZ) show areas of
lighter precipitation, while areas of orange and red (50-100 dBZ) are strong,
to occasionally severe thunderstorms.
Weather forecast for Europe from the French Meteo Service
- METEOSAT images
from Europe Meteorogical Satellite Organization.
METEOSAT images from the Met Office
- NOAA images
from the Czech Hydrometeorogical Institute
Satellite image of Central Europe, corrected for the viewing angle. It comes from
The Wether Channel
Processed METEOSAT images from NEMOC.
- Satellite images
of Central Europe from NOAA (corrected for the viewing angle)
NOAA/AVHRR photos from University of Bern
Terra and Aqua images of Poland. These satellites are part of the NASA
MODIS Rapid Response System, designed to detect fires. They are available in
4 resolutions: 2km, 1km, 500m, and 250m, in visible light. Clicking the
"Real Time" button in the top menu bar gives access to orbit tracks showing
when new images will be obtained.
- Airport meteo
stations. The most recently observed weather conditions for Poland
conditions in Poland from automatic stations (in Polish only)
weather forecast for Poznan.
- And finally... not really weather related, but nice to look at anyway.
Satellite images of Poznan, of Poland, of the World
When searching for information consider
Astro catalogues and databases
Some useful data and tabulations
Times of the Sun rises/sets for Poznan (calculated by US Naval Time
Service). All moments given in CET, should be corrected for the daylight
saving time when necessary.
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