Young Meteorologist Requirement #8: Watch TV or online weather forecast for a week. Make a table of the weather forecasted and what the actual weather turned out to be. Was the weather person always able to forecast the coming conditions.
Weather chart to add to the classroom calendar... great way to keep track of weather for the week and talk about how it can change daily. I would break each day into two weather words, how it looks (sunny, snowy, rainy, foggy) and how it feels (hot, cold, warm, chilly).
Make Your Own Barometer! One way you can predict the weather is by using a barometer. Barometers measure the air pressure around you. Keep track of the air pressure, and see what kind of weather happens the next day. After some practice, you might be able to make your own forecasts!
This is a chart that I have seen in my mentor's classroom. This is an activity that the teachers can ask the students by placing a sun, cloud, rain, or snow on the correct day. The students can answer which weather has occurred the most.