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The e-Wall was created by Fred Gadomski, a meteorologist at The Pennsylvania State University, in 2000 to provide students, forecasters, and weather enthusiasts a one-stop location for all current weather information.
The e-Wall contains numerous computer simulated animations of the weather from various countries around the world. The e-Wall also includes satellite and radar data for the United States. The goal of this webpage is to provide an easy-to-read tutorial on the e-Wall, its models, and basic forecasting techniques used in meteorology.
To view information about any part of the e-Wall, please click on any of the links on the left of every webpage, or below here on the main page. NOTE: For best results, use IE 6 or higher to view this tutorial.
Thank you for visiting and happy learning!!!
Upper Air Plots/US Satellite Overlays
Model Grid Spacing
Tutorial completed by Aaron Bilby, Class of 2008, Department of Meteorology
Special Thanks for aiding in the completion of this tutorial:
The Weather Communications Group Simone Gleicher Greg Ferro
Department of Meteorology Student Meteorologist Student Meteorologist
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This site was last updated 05/07/08