Cameron Beccario has created earth, a viewer for global weather data that can be used to create images like this, a rendering of surface winds in the North Atlantic as Hurricane Irma approaches Cuba:
According to the website, earth is a visualization of global weather conditions forecast by supercomputers updated every three hours, including ocean surface current estimates updated every five days, ocean surface temperatures and anomaly from daily average (1981-2011) updated daily, adn ocean waves updated every three hours.
Thanks to Steve for the tip,
P.S. And to all my friends deploying with Red Cross: be safe, and I hope somebody thanks you every day for doing the work that you do.