Re: weather websites

From: (Ginny)
Subject: Re: weather websites
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 1997 20:40:36 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks David for the GREAT SITES!
I really liked Dan's Wild Wild Weather Page and Making a Weather Station
and Franklin's Forecast.  I am going to have my different kids go to the
sites tomorrow and take notes.  I went through the sites and connected to
the different instruments and weather jobs and have assigned them to each
group.  Thanks again! I listed below the sites for each catagory.

At 11:00 PM 9/30/97, Sandra A.M. & David G. wrote:
>Thanks to Ginny for that list of websites!
>Here are a few more that I found myself:
>Good luck everyone getting your stuff in on Friday!
>David Glaser

        Temperature Group- 2 readings, one at 3:00 in the morning (a parent
        who lives across the street works night shift will help us) and one
at noon
        from school to get the highs and lows.  Students will record data on a
        graph.   (TEMPERATURE)

        Cloud Group- Will observe and write the clouds seen daily on a graph.   (CLOUDS)

        Rain Group- (Kids have already brought in a rain gauge) to be
        viewed and recorded daily on a graph. (PRECIPITATION)

         Wind Group- Using a wind sock and scale, students  will observe and
        record the direction and speed of wind daily on a graph  (WIND)

        Barometer Group -  The group will make one and observe and record
        daily the atmospheric pressure.
        (        (PRESSURE)

        Humidity Group -   This group will make a Psychrometer and use a
        relative humidity chart to measure the relative humidity daily.
        ( (HUMIDITY)

         Meteorologist Group - This group will gather all the data each day
        from each of the other six groups and make a daily "Weather Report" of
        Hydesville. (Hydesville is a small community and does not have it's own
        newspaper with the weather report)