National Hurricane Center / Tropical Prediction Center
- Complete information on Hurricanes and Tropical Storms, including all advisories, watches and warnings.
Atlantic Tropical Weather Center
- A rich source for data, research, and current tracking information about Atlantic tropical hurricanes and storms. Maintained by a graduate student of Colorado State University's Dr. William Gray.
Caribbean Hurricane Network
- Indepth information, weather discussions and local reports regarding tropical storms and hurricanes threatening the Caribbean islands.
Central Pacific Hurricane Center
- National Hurricane Center's start page for Pacific typhoon information.
Dr. Gray's Tropical Storm Forecasts
- Current forecasts and past reports on hurricane activity in the Atlantic.
- The Weather Station's "Hurricane Alley" contains detailed information about tropical cyclones worldwide. Maps and graphics are available on active and past hurricanes, some found nowhere else on the Internet.
- Wiki for information relating to the hurricane seasons starting in 2008. Started as a Gustav resource, and now being expanded to include upcoming storms, it's intended to be centralized site for links to static information.
Hurricane and Storm Tracking
- The latest animated plots and information on tropical storms and hurricanes in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
- Collection of current information about hurricanes, typhoons, and other tropical cyclones around the world. Satellite images, wind data, forecast tracks, advisories.
International Pacific Research Center
- Providing an international, state-of-the-art research environment to improve understanding of the nature and predictability of climate variability and regional aspects of global environmental change in the Asia-Pacific sector.
Millennium Weather Tropical Page
- A unique hurricane forecasting model, with loads of links to other weather sites for satellite imagery, warnings, research, and analysis.
NOAA Economics: Extreme Events: Hurricane and Tropical Storm
- Landfalling hurricanes are one of the most economically disruptive natural disasters that impact the United States. NOAA examines the economics, social benefits and cost mitigation of these events.