Rain and dull clouds, windy blue skies, cold snow, and sticky heat are very different conditions, yet they are all weather.
Learn about the different types of clouds and how they form. Check out cool photos of clouds and try your hand at our cloud games.

A strong hurricane can spell disaster. These huge storms are the most powerful of all weather systems. Learn about how they form and the impacts they can have. 

Right now there are about two thousand thunderstorms going on around the world. While common, they are dramatic with intense rain, hail, wind, lightning, thunder, and even tornadoes.
Hoping for a snow day? Consider the meteorological circumstances that would be needed for you to get your wish!
A dark funnel of cloud extends below a storm. If it reaches the ground, it’s a tornado.
Water can be in the atmosphere, on the land, in the ocean, and underground. It moves from place to place through the water cycle.

A collection of educational resources about the science of winter weather for primary grade students.

Web Weather for Kids
Atmospheric science information, stories, and experiments for elementary and middle school students