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Weather: Severe Weather, Fronts, and Forecasting (Middle School to College)

Weather:  Severe Weather, Fronts, and Forecasting (Middle School to College)
Weather:  Severe Weather, Fronts, and Forecasting (Middle School to College)
Weather:  Severe Weather, Fronts, and Forecasting (Middle School to College)
Weather:  Severe Weather, Fronts, and Forecasting (Middle School to College)
Weather:  Severe Weather, Fronts, and Forecasting (Middle School to College)
Weather:  Severe Weather, Fronts, and Forecasting (Middle School to College)
Weather:  Severe Weather, Fronts, and Forecasting (Middle School to College)
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Applicable for students in middle school to the university level. Great for gifted students and introductory meteorology university courses.

Full of REAL DATA, , MAPS, COLOR IMAGES, and JUST LIKE THE REAL PROFESSIONALS activities!

More advanced severe weather lab manual and Skew-T tutorial found at the link below:

CLICK HERE FOR LAB MANUAL
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NOTE: UPDATED on 9/5/15 with more case studies and updated answer key!

Acclaimed by NWS Meteorologists. They love this tutorial!

A perfect fit any weather enthusiast!

This is a comprehensive lesson on severe weather and the weather patterns that induce severe weather.

Pairs great with the air masses/fronts/severe weather/forecasting PowerPoint on TPT found at the link below:

FOR POWERPOINT CLICK HERE

Curriculum covered in this lesson includes severe weather indices, thunderstorms, tornadoes, introduction to Skew-T diagrams, case studies, and mid-latitude cyclones. Some of the indices covered are: dewpoint index, lifted index, relative helicity index, CAPE, TT, BRN, EHI, EI, and many more.

Students analyze the severe weather outbreaks of April 27, 2011, April 6, 2003, and June 1, 2012.

Also, perfect for homeschooling!

A great addition to your weather teaching library.

Within the classroom, this activity was consistently very successful and acclaimed by students in grades 7th – 12th within multiple schools - public, private, and charter schools in a multiple states.

This work has also been shared at workshops, in-services, and conferences.

Great feedback from students, parents, teachers, and administrators.

Even used by teachers in New York State as a preparation for the Earth Science Grade 9 Regents Exam.

Answer key provided.

Our goal is your satisfaction! If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will promptly assist you. Your feedback is very valuable to us as we strive to produce the highest quality products possible.

*Activity designed, completed, and submitted at private residence*

Sincerely,

Geo Leo and Meteo Mike
“The Tar Heel Tandem”
“Southern Science Specialists”

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52 pages
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Teaching Duration
3 hours
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