Firstly the trusty BBC site
is user friendly allowing you to enter your postcode for a
forecast which always appears on the front page of the BBC news page.
It uses the Met Office
MetCheck This site
uses the American forecast model data and allows you to make your own
graphs of forecast weather parameters and another useful site is MeteoGroup
which also uses
American forecast model data and Met Office radar data.
For rainfall see: http://www.raintoday.co.uk/
and rain alarm and
is another good weather forecast web site in Norwegian.
Weather on line is
another interesting site with historical data.
weather.co.uk is a site from the
Weather Channel and gives a local forecast
www.xcweather.co.uk is a good
site for visualising the wind field over the U.K. at the current time
http://www.wunderground.com/ has loads of maps of present and
forecast weather using the American model.
Ant Veal's amateur's site here.
The Tornado storm research organistion site here.
a german site with good graphics.
If you are driving in UK always worth checking the Highways
If you are travelling to Europe this site shows you if there are
any weather warnings in place in your destination country, click here.
and if you are travelling to the U.S. this
site is worth a visit or want to go skiing then click here.
A cloud spotters web site is here.