C - Interviews
- Interview a meteorologist from a radio or TV station. Develop
a list of questions to ask this person over the phone. For example,
find out what the job is like, what type of education is required, and
how computers help forecasting.
- Interview your grandparents or other people about "folk tales"
related to weather. For example, some older people say because
their bones hurt, they know it's going to rain soon.
D - Measurements
- Set up a weather station at home or school. you'll need a thermometer,
barometer, anemometer, and hydrometer. Record the weather conditions
and make predictions based on the data you collect.
- For help in taking measurements, go to the site "HOW
TO MEASURE THE WEATHER"
- Record the amount of rainfall in your area for a month. Graph
the amount each day on a line graph.