Hello everyone, welcome to the FogBank. I'm Dave Phillips, from Winston Salem, NC. Follow me on Twitter, and send me your links @Skydaver. Most of these links are available through Google's link shortener, goo.gl
First up, I'd like to apologize to James for stealing his pick … when you have as many picks as I do, you're bound to have a few duplicates.
The Univ. of Michigan has a website that shows tornados over the past 48 hours, or over the current date in history. I wish it let you specify a particular date, but I think you'll like it
The Storm Prediction Center has an interesting product, a severe report database coupled with a GIS database, and has displays of tornado touchdowns, tracks, lift points, and other information
An article from SpaceNews.com, about early prediction of the April 27 tornado outbreak
A briefing from the National Severe Storms Laboratory about their On Demand Severe Weather Verification System.
A prototype mapping project for the Lower Mississippi flooding event. The page warns that it will only be available for the duration of the current event in May 2011.