Sites Specifically for Students with Information About Weather

National Weather Service: Owlie Skywarn Page for Kids: Learn about the hazards of severe weather which include tornadoes, lightning, hurricanes, flash floods and winter storms

Scholastic: Interactive Weather Maker: Using an Interactive Weather Maker - turn a sunny day into a windy day; create a rainy day; if you create the correct conditions, you can make a blizzard - complete with a whiteout! Find out how weather works.

Sci Jinks: Discover the World Of Weather for Kids: Hurricanes and Storms, Clouds, Water, and Ice, Tides and Oceans, Atmosphere, Seasons, Satellites and Technology, Space Westher.

Sky Diary for Kids: Information, pictures, and graphics and find links on tornadoes, lightning, hurricanes and storm chasing

Weather Knowledge: Learn Weather | Become Meteorologist | Forecasting Aids | Latest Forecast |

The Weather Dude: Weather education site especially for students, parents, kids and teachers from national TV meteorologist Nick Walker; Every weather topic covered

Weather Wiz Kids: Created especially for kids to allow them to learn more about the fascinating world of weather

Weather Dude: Weather for Kids: Facts and information about Clouds, Hurricanes, Thunderstorms, Tornadoes, Blizzards and Winter Weather; Weather Glossary


Sites with Information About Weather

Interactives: Weather: What Forces Affect Our Weather: Explore the forces behind the weather, try your hand at tornado chasing, or discover how wind chill works. Hands-on activities include topics such as the atmosphere, the water cycle, ice and snow, and forecasting

Online Guides: Meteorology: A collection of web-based instructional modules that use multimedia technology and the dynamic capabilities of the web. These resources incorporate text, colorful diagrams, animations, computer simulations, audio and video to introduce fundamental concepts in the atmospheric sciences

Live Science: All About Weather

Clouds  
How Stuff Works: Clouds The Cloud Boutique with Photos
Weather Wiz Kids: Clouds Web Weather for Kids: Clouds

Cyclones  
Tropical Cyclone Facts Cyclone - from Wikipedia

El Niño PBS: Tracking El Niño
El Niño Facts Weather Online: El Niño
What is El Niño Anyway? Kids Earth: Making Sense of Weather:El Niño

Flooding How Stuff Works: Floods
Flash Flood Facts NOVA: Flood!
Storm Encyclopedia: Flood Vocabulary NOAA: Flood Information

Geologic Hazards Which Can Involve Weather Changes (Earthquakes, Landslides, Tsunami, Volcanoes)

Heat Wave Heat Wave Facts
Heat Wave Facts for Kids Heat Wave - from Wikipedia

Hurricanes  

Storm Science for Kids: Hurricane

Live Science: Hurricanes
Hurricane Information for Kids What To Do During and After a Hurricane
Hurricane Knowledge How Stuff Works: How Hurricanes Work

Lightning National Geographic: Facts about Lightning
How Stuff Works: How Lightning Works National Geographic Lightning Photo Gallery
National Geographic: Lightning National Lightning Safety Institute
A Lightning Primer Lightning Photography
The Lightning Gallery National Geographic: Make Lightning Strike Interactive


Rainbows  
Facts about Rainbows Rainbows - from Wikipedia
How Stuff Works: How Rainbows Work Atmospheric Optics: Rainbows

Severe Storms Online Meteorology Guide: Severe Storms
Storm Ready: Weather Safety Guide The 5 MOST Destructive Storms with Photos

Space Weather SpaceWeather.com
Basic Facts About Space Weather Space Weather Center

Storm Chasers Guide How Stuff Works: Storm Chasers Storm Spotters Guide

Thunder and Thunderstorms   Summer Thunderstorms
USA Today: Thunderstorms Weather Wiz Kids: Thunderstorms Thunder- from Wikipedia

Tornadoes Experts Answer Tornado Questions
How Stuff Works: How Tornadoes Work Twister: The Story of a Tornado
Power of Tornadoes USA Today: Tornadoes are Earth's Most Violent Storms

Weather Forecast Media Intellicast Weather Channel
AccuWeather National Weather Service Weather Network
CNN Weather USA Today Weather Yahoo Weather Forecast

Weather Forecasting PBS Kids: Weather Forecasting Video
Facts about Forecasting the Weather Online Meteorology Guide: Weather Forecasting Guide


Weather Glossary Kids Weather Glossary Weather.com: Weather Glossary

Weather Forecast Media How to Read Weather Maps WikiHow: Reading Weather Maps

Weather Fronts  
Facts about Weather Fronts Weather Front Facts
Compare and Contrast Cold and Warm Fronts Animation Weather Front - from Wikipedia

Weather Related Phenomena: Air Pollution, Acid Rain, Global Warming, The Ozone

Winter Storms Winter Storms and Extreme Cold 10 Ways to Survive a Snowstorm
World Weather World Weather Information Service


Educational Science Powerpoints

Educational Science Videos

Reference Sites to Help in Your Research

Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Encyclopedia Smithsonian features answers to frequently asked questions about the Smithsonian and links to Smithsonian resources from A to Z

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