Weather Forecasting & Station Models Unit



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Unlock the secrets of weather forecasting with this comprehensive resource – the Weather Forecasting & Station Models Unit. This week-long, low-prep unit is carefully crafted to address the crucial question, “How is weather data shown on weather maps?” Dive into the fascinating world of meteorology with engaging activities and insightful lessons that bring the complex world of weather patterns and forecasting to life.


This unit is an indispensable addition to your earth science curriculum, providing a deep understanding of weather forecasting and station models. Students will explore the historical evolution of weather prediction, delve into global weather monitoring, and master the art of interpreting weather maps and station models.


With a focus on hands-on activities and real-world applications, this resource ensures that students not only grasp the theoretical concepts but also develop practical skills in analyzing and interpreting weather data. Equip your students with the knowledge and tools they need to navigate the intricacies of weather forecasting with confidence and curiosity.



  • Unit Pacing Guide
  • Lesson Plan
  • Weather Forecasting PowerPoint Presentation & Guided Notes
  • Station Models Practice Worksheet & Answer Key
  • Wind & Pressure Relationships Worksheet & Answer Key
  • Weather Forecasting Quizzes (two versions) & Answer Keys
  • Weather Observations Lab & Answer Key


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Grade Levels: 7th – 12th
Total Pages: 35+
Teaching Duration: 1 Week


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