Climate, Weather and Water on the Web
- The Texas Weather
Information about climate factors (temperatures, dewpoint, humidity, wind, and precipitation) from many regions throughout Texas.
- The Climate Atlas of the
National maps that can display trends associated with temperature, precipitation, wind and other variables.
National Drought Mitigation Center
Current drought conditions, the number of dry and rainy days and the impact of drought on water supplies and vegetation.
- EPA's Climate
Comprehensive information on the issue of climate change, including science, U.S. climate policy, greenhouse emissions, health and environmental effects, and what you can do.
- United Nations
Gateway to the UN System's Work on Climate Change
Climate change information from various UN agencies, featuring scientific reports from the UN, developments on efforts to reach a new international climate change agreement, climate change events, news, webcasts, projects in the field, and climate change information for youth.
- The National Weather
Current and historical weather information, including weather conditions, weather forecasts, and weather watches and warnings. Users can sign up for automatic weather alerts about specific locations.
- The National Weather
Service's Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service
Water-related information, including current conditions and forecasted flows for rivers, precipitation, and runoff.
- The U.S. Geological
Survey's National Water Information System
Information such as trends associated with river flows, water levels in reservoirs and groundwater conditions, water quality parameters, water temperature, dissolved oxygen, salinity, and pH.
Surface Water Reservoirs
Texas Water Development Board's Texas Water Conditions
Information, current and historical, about the volumes of water stored in major surface water reservoirs and information about trends related to the amount
- Texas Water Development
Board's Water Information Integration and Dissemination System Web
Detailed information about individual water wells. This system uses a geographic information system-based tool to show locations of water wells and download data on water levels and water quality. Reports that were developed about on-site conditions before a well was drilled and installed can be downloaded.
- U. S. Geological
Survey's Groundwater Data for the Nation program
A variety of groundwater data, including information about current or real-time groundwater levels as well as daily, monthly, and annual data and statistics.
Web-based information networks that present real-time data on potential evapotranspiration and other climate parameters to help urban and rural water users schedule irrigation.
- Texas Evapotranspiration Network
- North Plains Weather Network
- Texas High Plains Evapotranspiration Network
- Uvalde Research and Extension Center's Potential Evapotranspiration Network
- The Crop Weather Program, Texas AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Corpus Christi