Weather Posters for the Classroom


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I spotted a post on Twitter this week from Tony Cassidy drawing attention to a series of weather posters available on the ‘Weather Underground’ web site.


The posters cover a range of spectacular weather phenomena such as advection fog, dust devils, and hoar frost and are produced in a kind of retro artistic style. They can be downloaded as free high-resolution prints or postcard styles.

Some are illustrated here:

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ScreenHunter_06 Sep. 27 16.13The web site also includes some impressive weather infographics that can be used in the classroom.




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Head of Geography and Assistant Vice Principal at South Molton Community College, North Devon. Exeter Chiefs supporter!
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