We have all experienced weather and its massive effects on our lives. Poor weather can change the way we interact with our environment and it can affect our moods and actions on a daily basis. We look at the forecast to determine how we should dress for our day and what we should do on our day. Extreme conditions can hurt us or in some cases bring us prosperity. Cloud formations can be used to predict what is coming our way. Any form of weather that continues endlessly can change what we do and where we did it. We have many tools available to us to understand climate and its patterns.
Sometimes it is sunny, other times it rains, and at times it can get sticky hot out there. Weather is constantly changing minute to minute. For the most part, these changes are the result of changes in air pressure. Air pressure is a measure of all the molecules in the air that make up the atmosphere. When air pressure is lower cooling and cloud formation tends to happen. Which also increases the chances of rain. When air pressure is high it pushes air molecules to the ground, and this prevents clouds from forming. The worksheets found in this section work on the very basic direction in which weather moves after I is formed. You will find a wide variety of worksheets that show you how to understand forecast images and how they came to be.