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Meteorology Science Fair Project

Measuring the Weather

Measuring the Weather | Science Fair Projects | STEM Projects
Have you ever wondered how meteorologists measure the weather? In this project, you'll learn how to measure cloud cover, humidity, pressure, and temperature. You'll use a cloud mirror, hygrometer, barometer, and max/min thermometer to measure the weather around you.


The hypothesis is that the weather can be accurately measured using the tools and techniques described in this project.

Method & Materials

You will measure cloud cover using a cloud mirror, humidity using a hygrometer, pressure using a barometer, and temperature using a max/min thermometer.
You will need a cloud mirror, hygrometer, barometer, and max/min thermometer.


After completing this project, you will have a better understanding of how meteorologists measure the weather. You will also have a better understanding of the importance of humidity, pressure, and temperature in predicting the weather.

Why do this project?

This science project is unique because it teaches you how to measure the weather around you with simple tools and techniques.

Also Consider

Experiment variations to consider include measuring the weather in different locations or at different times of the day.

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