News from the Joint Typhoon Warning Centre …
The US military is up[dating all its websites at the moment and I think I can safely say I am going to be considerably disappointed for the distant future.
All good things must end but this day and age you'd expect it to be so that they could get better.
Originally posted by JTWC, Hawaii:
NOTICE TO OUR USERS
Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command is consolidating the command's web presence in accordance with Department of Defense (DoD) and Navy guidance. The U.S. Naval Oceanography portal will be the single access point for all public facing Meteorology and Oceanography products and services. This publicly-accessible portal is currently online at http://www.usno.navy.mil and is being populated. In the near future, non-DoD users will be redirected to this portal.
DoD customers can access all operational data, products and services via The NIPRnet Naval Oceanography Portal site at https://oceanography.navy.mil (CAC required).
If they wanted to make improvements the first thing they should do is post the warnings in the right case. Shouting on closely typed messages is almost unreadable online.
Some web pages are in very small font and there is no cohesiveness about it all as far as I can see. It's going to be a bloody mess like our Met Office is.
I hope I am wrong.