Information on different kinds of thermometers, with a discussion of the physics behind temperature.
Find out how our climate influences what kind of house we live in, what kind of sports we do, and what kind of clothes we wear. Compare different climates with each other.
Worksheet provides an activity to learn about atmospheric pressure.
Learn how fires, of both natural and human origin, have affected the environment of Australia. Includes weather patterns and maps.
Explains what a meteorologist does, why they do it, and the tools that help them do a better job.
Introduction to basic meteorological concepts such as pressure, fronts, and surface maps.
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.
Exhibit about weather forecasting technologies with news topics about radar, storm tracking, satellites, and weather events.
Learn about synoptic meteorology, thunderstorms, and tropical weather.
An interactive, animated weather resource for middle-school educators and students. Part of the Passport to Knowledge series.
Worksheet about the ingredients that make up weather, atmospheric circulation, wind, and pressure systems.
A fun and comprehensive guide with modules on clouds and precipitation, forces and wind, air masses and fronts, weather forecasting, storms, and hurricanes.
Highlights natural phenomena and current events from around the world.
Games and activities, a virtual weather office, information about careers in weather, and a glossary. By Environment Canada.
Includes many words used in describing the weather.
Weather data and weather related resources.
Learn about how UV rays can cause cancer, the effect on the atmosphere, and how they hurt the ozone layer.
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.
Includes facts, folklore, games, jokes, experiments, and activities, written by a meteorologist.
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.
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