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 METEOROLOGISTOctober 16, 2014
Cirrus clouds are those high thin wispy clouds, seen high up in the sky. They get their name from cirro, the root word that means hair curl. Because they are so high in the sky they are composed of ice crystals.October 15, 2014
There is a short and long answer to this question. The short answer is a couple of hours. The long answer involves the steps we take and everything we utilize to put together our forecasts each day.
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.