Enthusiasts who are passionate about weather, water, and climate science can join AMS as associate members.
No formal educational or professional qualifications are required.
AMS Glossary of Meteorology
Authoritative source with over 12,000 definitions of meteorological terms.
School Talks Organized by Research Meteorologists (STORM)
Schedule a visit to your classroom in the Boston area to talk about weather and climate.
Text books, science books, t-shirts, ties, scarves, and more.
Atmospheric data analyses and forecasts.
National Weather Service (NWS) Homepage
Source for education, advisories, maps, safety, and additional information on all NOAA/NWS products.
NOAA's nowCOAST mapping portal
Real-time coastal information and NOAA forecasts.
The Weather Channel
Providing national and local weather forecast for cities, as well as weather radar, report, and hurricane coverage.
Local, national, and world weather forecasts and up-to-date weather stories from across the globe.
Local and long-range weather forecasts, weather reports, maps, and tropical weather conditions for locations worldwide.
Hydrological Prediction Center
Surface weather systems including regional maps.
Millersville University Weather Information Center
Current real-time weather information page for weather data, maps, and imagery from Millersville University's Meteorology program.
NWS "Weather Page"
Access to National Weather Service information for the entire United States.
Ohio State University Wx Twister
Current real-time weather information page for weather data, maps, and imagery from Ohio State University's Atmospheric Sciences Program.
Penn State University e-Wall: The Electronic Map Wall
Electronic map wall with current, future, and past data from multiple model predictions produced by Penn State University.
Plymouth State Weather Center
Current real-time and archived weather information page for weather data, maps, and imagery from Plymouth State University weather program.
Storm Prediction Center
Discussions, outlooks, and predictions of the risk for severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in the contiguous United States.
Texas A&M University Department of Atmospheric Sciences Weather Interface
Metar data for any specific location from Texas A&M University's Department of Atmospheric Sciences.
The Florida State University Florida Climate Center
Florida Climate Center data, forecasts, and topic resource for both the state of Florida and national climate data.
Unisys Weather Map System
Another map source, also an archive for suface, upper air, and satellite maps.
University of Northern Iowa's STORM Project
Seeks to initiate, support, and coordinate education, service, and research activities that relate weather information in Iowa and the Midwest.
Weather Guides at the University of Illinois
Integrates current and archived weather data with multimedia instructional resources using new and innovative technologies.
Learn Science and Safety
The National Weather Service presents a fun way to teach weather science and safety through the introduction of an Owl named Owlie Skywarn.
NASA’s former Students Cloud Observations page joins forces with a new project called GLOBE to expand in cloud observations for both teachers and students.
NASA Space Place
Engaging upper-elementary-aged children in space and Earth science through interactive games, hands-on activities, fun articles, and short videos.
National Academy of Sciences' Women's Adventures in Science
A nine-volume series that showcases the accomplishments of contemporary women in science and highlights for young people the varied and intriguing careers of scientists.
NOAA Kids' Crossing
UCAR presents an interactive web learning tool for kids in the classroom to learn about science and weather-specific topics.
NOAA presents kid-friendly weather topics, answers, and games for an in-the-classroom activity or interactive learning.
Science Fair Projects
An abundance of project ideas and lessons plans for teaching STEM in the classroom or at home.
Weather Wiz Kids
Meteorologist Crystal Wicker’s detailed homepage to teach kids about every weather topic, experiment ideas, and “kid zone” learning games.
Web Weather for Kids
A host of weather information, safety tips, and educator resources for teaching weather to young kids.
AGI Education GeoSource
Thousands of free geoscience education resources from a variety of organizations, from lessons to outreach and teacher professional development, for use in classrooms, scout programs, or at home.
California Education and the Environment Initiative
Providing educators with professional learning and instructional materials that demonstrate how to blend the environment into the teaching of traditional academic subjects like science, history, and English language arts.
Resources for elementary, middle, and high school science educators.
Free STEM Lessons Based on GPS
An educational curriculum that uses GPS concepts and activities to stimulate student interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
GOES-R Education Proving Ground
Featuring the design and development of pre- and post-launch lesson plans and activities for teachers and students.
Iowa State University Iowa Environmental Mesonet
Collecting environmental data from cooperating members with observing networks. The data are stored and made available on this website.
Learn: Atmospheric Science Explorers
Middle-school-specific modules include background information, hands-on activities using simple materials, and authentic assessment tools for teaching weather in the classroom.
MetEd Educator's Portal
Providing education and training resources to benefit the operational forecaster community, university atmospheric scientists and students, and anyone interested in learning more about meteorology, weather forecasting, and related geoscience topics.
Meteorological Service of Canada Educational Materials
Comprehensive information on the past and present impact of La Niña on the climate of Canada and its effects on the global climate.
Meteorology Education and Training Home Page
Education and training resources to benefit the operational forecaster community, university atmospheric scientists and students.
National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Education and Outreach
Resources for elementary, middle, and high school students as well as parents, teachers, college students and the public at large.
National Science Education Standards
Coherent vision of what it means to be scientifically literate, describing what all students should understand and be able to do in science.
NOAA Education Resources
NOAA's portal to weather education.
NOAA's Jetstream - Online School for Weather
Designed to help educators, emergency managers, or anyone interested in learning about weather and weather safety.
NSF Earth and Environment Classroom Resources
Collection of lessons and web resources is aimed at classroom teachers, their students, and students’ families.
Penn State University Weather Links
Selection of weather resources both local to Pennsylvania and national.
Rutgers Weather Center
Current real-time weather information page for weather data, maps, and imagery from Rutgers University's Meteorology program.
The GLOBE Program
Promotes and supports students, teachers and scientists to collaborate on inquiry-based investigations of the environment and the Earth system.
UCAR Teaching Boxes
Dense topic material for middle and high school science educators teaching weather-related coursework with goals and activities.
Weather and Climate Resource List
Listing of available resources intended to assist those who teach weather and climate at any level from preschool through introductory college level courses.
Weather Safety Information
Safety tips for earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, and wildfires.
Windows on the Universe
Earth and space sciences topic information for science educators.
AGI Geoscience in Your State Factsheets
Highlighting geoscience areas including employment, water, minerals, energy, and hazards in each state.
Climate Literacy & Energy Awareness Network Climate Literacy Quiz
How's your climate literacy? The explanations beneath each question describes each concept in plain language and links to teaching materials and references. Test your knowledge, and learn as you go.
States at Risk
A project aimed at showing how Americans in all 50 states are experiencing the impacts of climate change.
AMS's K–12 teacher training and instructional resources build your skills while using real-world data to help your students learn to love science, technology, and mathematics.
Give your undergraduate students access to top weather, ocean, and climate courses that use live, real-world environmental data as part of our comprehensive introduction.
AMS offers national recognized certifications that serve the public's need to identify broadcast and consulting meteorologists who have achieved a high level of competency in communicating complex weather, water, and climate information.