|INFORMATION LINKS ON USEFUL TOPICS
Get your maps here! Maps of anywhere to anywhere, or just maps of where.
|Weather Map of the US http://www.weather.gov/
(Click on any state to see forecasts, radar, satellite, etc. Also, after clicking on a state, go to the city or a location within the state to see more details pertaining to that area.)
|Find Common Meteorological Conversions http://www.crh.noaa.gov/pub/metcon.php
(This site will enable you to take Celsius to Fahrenheit, Locate Relative Humidity and so much more, as it has multiple conversion tables that are easy to use).
|Weather in The Villages http://weather.noaa.gov/weather/current/KVVG.html
(This site shows temperatures, dew points and other bits of information for the past 24 hours in The Villages).
|Local Weather Radar http://www.wftv.com/wxmap/1877642/detail.html
(Local radar showing the current conditions over Central Florida where the Villages is clearly displayed on the screen. This is radar report coming from Channel 9, WFTV, in Orlando, Florida).
(Two sources giving forecasts - it is always good to get a second opinion from another meteorologist)
|The Emergency Email and Wireless Network http://www.emergencyemail.org/
(You can subscribe to have Emergency warnings sent to your mailbox or view reports concerning hurricanes and other potential disasters. This site also includes links to the National Hurricane Center's graphics).
|National Hurricane Center (NOAA) http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/
(The National Weather Service's official Hurricane Center for full details about pending hurricanes).
|Other Emergency Tropical Storm and Hurricane Networks
(Addition information from other meteorological sources)
|Message Board for Questions, Answers, and Conversations in and about The Villages
MAC OS X SPEED FAQ http://www.macmaps.com/Macosxspeed.html
MAC FIXIT http://www.macfixit.com
MAC NEWS NETWORK http://www.macnn.com/
MAC TROUBLESHOOT http://www.geocities.com/texas_macman/MacTroubleshoot.html
POWERMAX http://www.powermax.com/techtips.php PowerMax is a Macintosh reseller. Their site is loaded with Macintosh tips and tricks, as well as reconditioned computers.
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