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Dan's Wild Wild Weather Page

The Chief Meteorologist for a Huntsville, Alabama television station, Dan Satterfield maintains the Dan's Wild Wild Weather Page Web site. Original and linked descriptions, illustrations, and photographs of various weather subjects are offered on radar, tornadoes, clouds, precipitation, lighting, humidity, satellites, temperature, forecasting, hurricanes, wind, and climate. New features of the...
Wonderful World of Weather

Created by the Stevens Institute of Technology, the Wonderful World of Weather is a standard-based real time data module for elementary students to explore weather phenomena locally and globally. Teachers can find many fun classroom activities divided into three sections: introductory activities, real time data activities, and language arts activities related to weather. The website features an...
NOAA Weather Education

NOAA offers links to a variety of educational materials on meteorology, hydrology, climatology, and other weather-related fields for children, teens, and young adults at this website. Students can find websites where they can learn about hurricanes, storms, tornadoes, and floods through interactive games. Teachers can find lightning safety presentations, satellite images, lightning photos, and...
Exploring the Environment: Modules & Activities

The "Classroom of the Future" and "Exploring the Environment" are a collaboration between NASA and Jesuit Wheeling University, and they are responsible for this fine website that offers teachers unique ways to teach students about weather systems. The activities are for grades 5-12, and each activity indicates the applicable grade level, though most lean toward the upper grades. The homepage has...
MetLink: Weather and Climate Resources

MetLink is a public resource created by the Royal Meteorological Society to assist educators seeking to edify their students about meteorology and climatology. The well-designed website has six primary sections, including Observations and Data, Teachers, and Resource of the Week. This last area is a fine place to start, as it brings together a range of well-considered resources that might include...