STORMWATCH 12 WEATHER IN THE CLASSROOMSeptember 20, 2013
Want your own copy of the Stormwatch 12 “Weather in the Classroom” activity book? You can download a free copy to your computer. Print it out and enjoy this great, free educational resource!
ASK THE METEOROLOGISTFebruary 26, 2015
When we sit in high pressure patterns for weeks on end, a very unique, but significant weather pattern sets up at the coast. "The Chetco Effect" will make the temperature at Brookings rise anywhere from 5-25 degrees warmer than areas only a few miles away.February 25, 2015
Today in Ask the Meteorologist we are talking about ridges of high pressure that block the movement of storm systems. While high pressure typically diverts storm systems by nature, there are specific types of blocking patterns that...
WHAT'S THAT MEAN?September 20, 2012
What does Coriolis Force mean? What are Easterlies? Find out about all the weather terms used in the Stormwatch 12 “Weather in the Classroom” activity book. Download the glossary here!
JUST FOR TEACHERSSeptember 20, 2013
TEACHERS: Download the answer key for the 2013 Stormwatch 12 “Weather in the Classroom” activity book here! The file is password protected, so you’ll need the password that was provided to you in order to open it.