Read Otis and the Tornado, then do this Tornado in a Bottle Science Activity to give a hands-on demonstration for how tornados swirl in the sky! It's the perfect activity to pair with this book about wild weather and helping those in need, even if they haven't always been nice!
http://armorbear.com/button-snowstorm-cold-settles/A wind-whipped winter storm that dumped a foot of snow or more through Wednesday morning in parts of the Northeast has left a trail of bitter cold that will linger into the weekend. Anyone living east of the Rockies can expect “reinforcing shots of cold air,” said Bob Oravec, a National Weather Service forecaster......Read more
A huge wave of dust swept over the coast of Western Australia on Wednesday, Jan. 9,2013. A Bureau of Meteorology forecaster explained to The West Australian that the striking view was created when the sand and dust was mixed into a thunderstorm's wind and rain.
Your daily shades of the sky forecast. Monday: turquoise. Tuesday: taupe. Wednesday: robin’s egg. Thursday: turquoise-taupe. Friday: coal dust. Saturday: coal dust with chances of indigo in the late afternoon. Sunday: void.