Lessons and projects designed to help students in grades 2-12 learn about weather.
Newschannel 19's very own weather guru Dan Satterfield keeps us up to date with the latest weather news and explains all the scientific stuff as well.
The BBC Online Weather Centre. Latest forecasts from around the world and a host of experiments and activities to try.
A fun and comprehensive guide with modules on clouds and precipitation, forces and wind, air masses and fronts, weather forcasting, storms, and hurricanes.
Discusses several topics of weather including clouds, seasons, air pressure, winds, global warming, and violent weather. Also contains activities to give students a hands-on experience with weather.
All kinds of weather information, science project ideas, online activities, and printable pages. From the National Weather Service.
Includes facts, folklore, games, jokes, experiments, and activities, written by a meteorologist.
Games and activities, a virtual weather office, information about careers in weather, and a glossary. By Environment Canada.
Pretend to be a meteorologist while learning about weather and climates.
From South Australia. Includes local data from the school weather station, weather records, and links.