Weather Underground presents "Hurricane Formation" in the North Atlantic. - Earth and Environmental Science, Meteorology

Unit 4 Weather Underground presents "Hurricane Formation" in the North Atlantic. Forecasts predicted that the 2013 hurricane season would be an active one, b

FREE Cloud Guide~ From time to time, everyone watches the clouds roll by.  Now you can use this quick reference to identify (and pronounce) whatever weather comes your way!

Cloud spotting guide from the British Met Office Use our cloud spotting guide and video to help identify different types of clouds in the sky. To assist with identifying different clouds while clo…

Find out the incredibly cool science behind rainbows!⎜Infographic by Weather Underground⎜For more infographics, visit

Who discovered the science behind rainbows? Why do two rainbows occasionally develop? All your rainbow questions answered here in the rainbows infographic by Weather Underground.

While we cannot predict climate change, understanding current weather patterns can prove to be very helpful in a survival situation | #survivallife

How Does Climate Change Affect People

Weather Forecasting without gadgets. Encourages observation, fact gathering and deductive reasoning. Just plain fun activity to get children outdoors and paying attention to nature.

Drought Infographic :: All about the recent U.S. drought and what to expect. Really handy for understanding the drought in California and the southwest.   From Weather Underground

Concept Mapping to Write a Literature Review

is under drought conditions? What are the various levels of drought and what do they mean? Is there a global drought problem? How does climate change play a role in the drought story? The drought.

Worksheets: How Tornadoes Form

How Tornadoes Form

How Tornados Form worksheet allows the students to have a basic understanding of tornados. This form is also a good tool for studying.

El Nino and La Nina – Graphic of the Day

word- La Nina definition-a cooling of the water in the equatorial Pacific that occurs at irregular intervals and is associated with widespread changes in weather patterns example- it is the opposite of what it is supposed to do

Making a rain cloud in a jar is a great experiment for kids that teaches them about the weather.  My girls loved the original experiment so much that I sought recreate it with a fun twist.  My girls w

Storm in a Jar Experiment (Growing A Jeweled Rose)