The internet is full of interesting information on weather. Why not explore some of these sites to learn more about weather in our country and others around the world.

The Met Office provides information on weather for businesses, services and the forcasts you see on television. Find out how to make your own weather station!

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have a great photo library with easily accessible weather images, some of which have been used on this website.

Metlink is an international project allowing schools around the world to exchange weather observations using an online database. Even if you only have a basic weather station you can take part. Look out for information on the great UK Weather Watch.

The Environment Agency website includes details on rivers around the United Kingdom, especially information on flood warnings and pollution.

As well as the internet there are also books you can read about weather:
'The Eyewitness Guide to Weather' by Brian Cosgrove (1991), published by Dorling Kindersley.
'The Guide to Weather: A photographic Journey through the skies' by Michael Allaby, published by Dorling Kindersley