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Hurricane Watch by RSS

A few months ago, we mentioned that the US Geological Survey had earthquake reports available by RSS. I've been subscribing to the 5+ feed for awhile now, and it's fascinating -- and a bit creepy -- to watch the pattern of moderate-to-large quakes march across South-East and East Asia of late. But the USGS isn't the only government service making data available by RSS: the National Weather Service's National Hurricane Center also puts out RSS reports for both the Eastern Pacific and the Atlantic (in English and Spanish).

I wonder what other US federal agencies have RSS feeds. The RSS in Government site, referenced in the link above, seems to be updated in a spotty-at-best fashion, and hasn't touched its page of federal links since January. Anyone know of another resource?


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» Aggregating Hurricanes from Evil Genius Chronicles
Via Worldchanging I found out about the National Hurricane Center RSS feeds. It's on the edge of Too Much Information, but I'm now addicted to things like the Hurricane Ivan probability chart. This is what I wanted for Frances, so I knew how hard to sw... [Read More]


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