In this self-directed and interactive webquest, students either explore as an introduction or review a weather and atmosphere unit (7th-grade science essential standards). The webquest begins with the layers and characteristics of the atmosphere. Next it moves on to different causes of the weather, including air pressure. It then proceeds to the main cloud types - where they are and what weather they indicate. Next, it covers winds - local winds, global winds, and the Coriolis Effect. Following winds, comes weather fronts: Cold Fronts, Warm Fronts, Stationary Fronts and Occluded Fronts. Weather Fronts leads into storms: Thunderstorms, Tornadoes, and Hurricanes. Next, comes a brief review of the water cycle. Following severe, students explore convection, sea breezes and land breezes, and then the Coriolis Effect again in more depth. The webquest conlcudes with a multitude of options for weather games, challenges and interactives! The webquest is engaging, informational, rigorous, exciting, and real-world meaningful and relevant. This activity is engaging and exciting, and encourages students to be self-directed! It is aligned to 7th-grade science essential standards.