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Google Earth Blog pointed out that Google Earth has a neat weather layer built-in for easy viewing. "Simply by turning on the [Clouds] and [Radar] layers inside of the main
[Weather] layer, you can get a great look at clouds and precipitation
around the world." Be sure to check out Google Earth Blog's Weather Toolbox for more in-depth tools to try out.
From Google Earth Blog
Meteorology is a weak point of mine so it will be interesting to see if I can successfully use these tools to gain a better understanding of weather systems.