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Franklin's Forecast

How's the weather? Since Ben Franklin first began publishing weather forecasts, meteorologists have tried to predict the weather. Using "Franklin's Forecast," you can try your own weather forecasting. Make your own weather station, learn about weather satellites, and practice reading RADAR images. Like Ben Franklin did, you'll find that your own observation skills are the best tool for weather forecasting.


Plan Ahead...

October's "Spotlight" feature will be on "The Robot Zoo." You'll find resources for robotics and design technology.


Visit the "Spotlight" Archives

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