Weather Report Project

Weather Report Project

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  • News Anchor
  • Meteorologist- Full Weather Map
  • Reporting Live from __________ (Low Pressure Center)
  • HOST: (example) "Welcome to BRIDGE NEWS!" I'm your host, Ed Sheeran. We are here with your local weather. Now introducing our meteorologist Marissa Smith with our full weather report."
  • Reporting Live from ______________ (High Pressure Center)
  • METEOROLOGIST #1:  -Explain what the air masses cP and mT mean and where they come from. -Show the cold and warm fronts on the map and use page 13 of the ESRT to explain. -"And now, here is Johnny Appleseed live at our low pressure center in Seattle."
  • Meteorologist #2 Describing Station Model and Weekly Forecast
  • METEOROLOGIST #2: -Discuss how air moves in a low pressure center. -"Lousy Lows" -Dress up with props (fan to show wind, raincoat, umbrella, hat/mittens etc) -Use the instrument and describe how it tells about the weather. -Introduce next meteorologist live at high pressure center.
  • Back to News Anchor
  • METEOROLOGIST #3: -Discuss how air moves at High Pressure Centers. -"High and Dry" -Dress up with props (sun glasses, bathing suit, sun screen, hat, etc) -Use an instrument and describe how it tells about the weather. -Introduce next meteorologist with our daily & weekly report for NY.
  • METEOROLOGIST #4: -Discuss elements of the station model that describes the weather. -Discuss the relationship between dewpoint and temperature. -"And now for our weekly forecast..." -describe weather for the week. -"And now, back to you, Ed"
  • HOST: "Thank you , Diane! And there you have it! Thanks for watching BRIDGE Weather and News for your local weather updated in real time."
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