• Meteorology We find ourselves waiting for weather forecast every night.  It helps us plan our schedule for upcoming outdoor events, travel, and more.  We look at the earliest forecasts, using only clouds, and track how technology has improved accuracy and the lengthy look aheads we have today.  Further, we look at key pieces of equipment and the tell tale signs our atmosphere holds, if we know what to look for in those clouds.  Will you get a job on TV, I do not know.  However, you will have a better understanding of what they are trying to tell us. 

  • Meteorology

    Click on this title header (Meteorology) to access the Astronomy presentation lesson.  Watch in the Screen Show mode and mouse over slides to view hyperlinked videos that support the lesson.

    Additionally, below are three YouTube videos I created for easy reference.  They have an additonal value if we are not on class and again find ourselves engaged in virtual learning.  Each addresses a section of the unit that I provide a narrative lesson on, but it does not afford us with the oppportunity to view the hyperlinked videos.  However, I broke each of them out and made them available to you.

    Part 1 Atmophere

    Part 2 History

    Part 3 Natural Disaster (Tornado)

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