A Web Map Service (WMS) located at the NSSL incorporates real time NOAA data (satellite, radar, lightning, etc.), and forecast satellite, and radar imagery. The solution makes use of results from Visualization of model forecasts as satellite visible imagery, and Visualization of short-term forecasts of clouds and precipitation. In addition, it leverages current efforts underway at CIRA (Cooperative Institute for Research of the Atmosphere, Colorado State University) and CIMSS to provide simulated infrared satellite imagery from convective resolving forecast models. These efforts are in support of the GOES-R program and provide a simulation of what future GOES-R data will provide. The visible and infrared imagery produced from the forecast models will be ingested into the WMS for display and animation with real-time observed data. The high bandwidth link (nWave) between Boulder and Norman will be used to decrease the latency of data exchange needed for the production of forecast imagery and the ingest of observed and forecast data into the WMS.