Summer Storms: Measuring the Wind

Unit 2: Seasonal Weather
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to make predictions about seasonal wind and patterns and set up a system for testing their prediction over the course of the school year.

Big Idea: What are the wind and precipitation patterns for summer in your area? How are wind, temperature and precipitation related?

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Science, wind, weather, seasonal weather
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