Weatherzone layers - Satellite and much more. This offering is just fantastic. Lots of options here for the weather watcher. The convective outlook is a must see for storm enthusiasts.
Himawari-8 - Satellite Image - Superb high definition. If you want to see your satellite imagery in super clarity, go here. It really helps when looking for subtle changes and cold pools.
Quick Click - Satellite Image - Infrared Image. A basic and fast way to observe cold fronts and storm activity. Look for the dappled air behind frontal bands, for snow potential.
Quick Click - Sat Loop - Infrared Loop.
BSCH Satellite Page - NSW IR Sat Loop, high res. This is a great resource. Excellent for looking at upper disturbances and cold pools as they head our way.
BSCH Satellite Page - National IR Sat Loop. Click on the links for VIS options, too.
Weatherzone - Sat Loop - Colour infrared with lightning and rainfall. A very engaging way to view current weather patterns.
World Satellite Image - NASA site for an overview of world weather.
ASWA Satellite Links - From the Australian Severe Weather Association. Lots of links and some excellent sat imagery resources. Very dedicated team of storm chasers run this site.
Satellite and Radar Archive - If you've missed the action - good archives. This is excellent if you want to follow up on storms and frontal bands etc. Excellent options.