- All kinds of weather information, science project ideas, online activities,
and printable pages. From the National Weather Service.
the Storm - An interactive, animated weather resource for middle-school
educators and students. Part of the Passport to Knowledge series.
- What is it? - Worksheet about the ingredients that make up weather,
atmospheric circulation, wind, and pressure systems.
NASA's Global Change Master Directory
- A comprehensive directory of information about Earth science data, including
a broad coverage of the oceans, atmosphere, hydrosphere, solid earth,
biosphere and human dimensions of global change.
- Highlights natural phenomena and current events from around the world.
- Information about the physics of snow crystals and snowflakes as well
as the history of early scientific observations and photographs, how to
take photos, preserving snow crystals, and unusual snowflakes.
Weather One - 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.
Weather Wiz Kids
- Includes facts, folklore, games, jokes, experiments, and activities,
written by a meteorologist.
Weather Words - The
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology offers definitions of some
common forecasting terms, descriptions of phenomena and precipitation,
as well as wind and sea terms.
Concise and interesting answers to the most-often asked questions about
the weather, arranged in alphabetical order.
Weather Legacy - Meteorology
information including glossary, definition of meteorological scales, software,
poetry, and links.
WeatherNex - From
the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Includes forecasts, maps, models,
radar and satellite images, weather cams and a collection of weather-related