Science in Focus: Shedding Light: Light Links
Weather and Meteorology
- The Weather Channel Learning Center
Lesson plans, resources, and activities from the Weather Channel. Also a source to check your local weather.
- The Weather Underground
Site designed to help K-12 classrooms learn about weather.
- Channel 7 Boston - Weather Forcast
Weather pages from a local television station in Boston, MA, where meterologist Mishelle Michaels works. Links other useful weather information around the world.
- The World Weather Project 22010
A comprehensive Earth science site from the University of Illinois. Includes topics such as air pressure, water cycles, clouds and more.
- Live Access to Climate Data
- Interactive Weather Information Network (IWIN)
A collection of links about local, national, and international weather.
- NASA Fact Sheets
Explores major issues and natural phenomena related to the Earth and its environment including Global warming, El Niño, La Niña, and pollution.
- Weather and Climate on the Web
An extensive collection of links about varied topics related to weather. From the National Severe Storm Laboratory.
- Global Change
From the U.S. Global Survey. Activities and information about Biology, Geology, Hydrology, and Geography can help you and your students understand our changing world.
- Air Pressure Observing Pressure
From the Miami Museum of Science
- The Pressure Module
An online meteorology guide from the University of Illinois
- All About Clouds
An explanation of the types of clouds from USAToday Weather.
- Blustery Beginnings
- Forces and Winds
From the Department of Atmospheric Sciences from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne