Tropical cyclone Marcia is presently moving quickly towards the QLD coast. While small and expected to be a weak category 2 event, it will nevertheless dump up to 500 mm of rain over a large coastal area when it diverts south on landfall.
The two links below measure air pressure, wind speeds and other data.
You can clearly see Marcia developing and advancing in the first link. (Feb 18 2015 8 pm).
The second link has numerous settings that allows you to find wind speeds and directions at different atmospheric levels, wave heights, ocean currents, sea surface temperature anomalies and other interesting information. Just click earth in the screen's bottom LH corner. You can also rotate and enlarge the screen image.
http://www.goes.noaa.gov/sohemi/sohemil ... mscol.html
http://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wi ... -26.66,719