Frank Potter's Science Gems Mathematics
Index of sites related to mathematics education, identified by category, subcategory, and grade level by physicist and educator Frank Potter and his associates. A treasure trove for teachers, parents, and students.
Weather Underground, started as a project at the University of Michigan and evolved into a weather service, provides access to thousands of forecasts, images, and the Internet's largest collection of weather links.
The Beaufort Scale
Basic information on the Beaufort Wind Force Scale; includes an explanation of conditions likely at each of the 18 possible points on the scale as well as links to related materials.
WW2010 (the weather world 2010 project)
A multimedia educational resource on atmospheric sciences from the Univ. of Illinois. Topics of the online instructional modules range from hurricanes and the hydrologic cycle to fronts and El Nino.
USA Today Weather Index
Index leads to informational pages on a variety of weather and climate related topics.
Meteorology A to Z
Site developed by a TV weather man includes links to useful information sources on a variety of weather topics along with links to useful teaching materials on weather.
The Weather Channel
The Weather Channel maintains this comprehensive Web site, offering weather forecasts worldwide; travel information; satellite images; and teachers' resources. Current reports and forecasts for any city of the world are retrievable via a search feature.
WINDandSEA Teachers' and Students' Corner
The WINDandSEA Teachers' and Students' Corner provides links to over 100 NOAA educational Web sites as well as links to many other earth, ocean, and atmospheric educational resources.
Live Access to Climate Data (NOAA)
Data visualization program allows users to select from various climate data sets and variables and create plots in real time via the Web.
PSC Meteorology Program Cloud Boutique
This site provides basic explanations and images of cloud formations.
Welcome to How Stuff Works
A selection of articles by author Marshall Brain on the workings of technologies people come into contact with daily, from car engines and home electronics to computers and food. With related links and with FAQ on a wide range of miscellaneous topics.