- The Weather Channel, Weather.com
- National Weather Service, NOAA
- Unisys Weather, UNYSYS
- National Climatic Data Center, NOAA
- World Climate, Buttle and Tuttle Ltd.
- Science News
Excellent source of articles describing the most recent and interesting events in scientific reserach.
- Earth, AGI
Published by the American Geosciences Institute, this magazine reviews current issues in the Earth Sciences and can serve as a valuable supplemental resource for teachers and students alike. Visit the web site for online articles and information about obtaining a one-year subscription (40% discount for AGI Member Society members; 65% discount for students).
- National Geographic
Excellent source of articles. Often includes helpful maps.
- BAMS, Bulletin of the American Meterological Society
Browse the current issue of BAMS. Allows you to do an online search of the articles in the journals.
- Tom Murphree and Mary K. Miller with the Exploratorium. Watching Weather: A Low Pressure Book About High Pressure Systems and Other Weather Phenomena, Owl Books, 1998, 154 pages, 5 1/4” x 8 1/4”, paperback
- J. Burton and K. Taylor, The Nature and Science of Rain (1997); J.Williams, The Weather Book (2d ed. 1997).
- Great Books about Weather and Meteorology, WeatherImages.org
- Weather, PBS Teacher Source, Science and Technology
A list of weather related videos and their companion websites. Suitable for middle school students.
- What's up with the Weather?, NOVA
Informative site about global warming. to order the video, click on tapes and transcripts.
- Cyclone! Video, National Geographic
Witness some of the world's most shocking storms. $12.95
- Storm of the Century Video, National Geographic
The biggest storm of the 20th century and its deadly impact. $9.99
- S'COOL One-Page Cloud ID Chart, NASA
This link provides a free copy of a cloud Identification chart. You can find charts in numerous languages.