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 +====== Wills' Weather Wiki ======
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 +Welcome to the Weather Wiki where you can learn more about the weather. This will not train you to be a meteorologist but will teach you more about storm chasing and how weather works. While I try to bring the language down to the common person, it may lose the meaning in translation. I try to ensure there are links back to the original source as a reference.
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 +To protect against bots and spam, if you want to edit content, please [[https://​mikewills.me/​contact-me/​|contact me]] using one of the methods in the link.
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 +===== Forecasting =====
 +Most people just want to know what the weather is right now, in the next few hours, or in the upcoming days. Here are some resources of good places to get your forecast.
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 +<catlist forecast: -sortAscending -columns:3 -noHead -h1>
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 +===== Using Radar =====
 +Radar is one of the most important tools used for tracking storms. Knowing how to read it becomes important. Below are the sections that can help.
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 + <​catlist radar: -sortAscending -columns:3 -noHead -h1>
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 +===== Tools =====
 +There are many tools that weather lovers use. Here are some of the types of tools they use.
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 +<catlist tools: -sortAscending -columns:3 -noHead -h1>
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 +===== Learning About Weather =====
 +There are many resources out there for free to help you learn more about weather and weather forecasting. This section should give you a good start.
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 +<catlist education: -sortAscending -columns:3 -noHead -h1>
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 +===== Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) =====
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 +<catlist faq: -sortAscending -columns:3 -noHead -h1>