Weather Resources

Hey! The weather is happening outside! Instead of using the computer, TV or radio to find out the weather, build your own instruments for your very own weather station.

This Build Your Own Weather Station guide from NOAA will teach you to build six weather instruments that you can use to take real scientific measurements of your local weather.

Once you’re collecting weather data, take the next step—report it! NOAA’s Be a Citizen Weather Reporter can help you learn to make forecasts from your local observations.

Take photos of your weather station and send it to Owlie – coming soon.

Looking for more weather fun?

Make Lightning Strike
Cool interactive from National Geographic that lets you learn first hand the shocking details and damaging power of lightning

Musical Meteorology
Want to hear some good weather? Sample weather songs from the Weather Dude—meteorologist for The Weather Channel Nick Walker

SciJinks
Interesting activities and information about science and technology related to weather and the Earth

Earth Gauge Kids
Monthly themes, quizzes and activities that make the connection between weather and the environment.