Music Clip of "I Am the Weather Dude" 

"Weather Dude" video

Meteorology A to Z

Weather Topics and Phenomena
(From the recording
Weather Dude by Nick Walker)

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Definition of each weather word

Weather Topics:
Air Pressure
More Clouds
Still More Clouds
El Nino
More El Nino
Fahrenheit to Celsius
Forecasting Weather
More Forecasting
Global Warming
Global Climate Change
More Hail
Heat Index
More Hurricanes
Still More Hurricanes
And More Hurricanes
Jet Stream
Lake Effect Snow
More Lightning
Lightning Safety
Optical Effects (Rainbows, halos, etc)
More Optical Effects
Ozone Layer
Sea Breezes
Sleet, Freezing Rain
Snow Making
Storm Systems
Still More Tornadoes
And More Tornadoes
Water Cycle
Weather Instruments
Weather Forecasting

More Forecasting
Still More Forecasting
Weather Satellites
Windchill Factor

Other Topics
From USA Today

Follow the highlighted words for links to information on that topic:

A is for the atmosphere, that's where it all begins,
B for one big
burning sun making all our weather trends.
C for
condensation turning moisture into clouds,
drops of precipitation hit my roof so loud.
evaporation, puts more moisture right up there,
F for
front, the line between two chunks of cold and warmer air.
G is for the
gust of wind that cools you while you play,
H is for
humidity on a sticky sticky summer day.

I is for the ice that forms the high clouds where it's cold,
J is for how high you
jump when thunder booms and rolls
K is for the
king-sized cumulonimbus rising high,
and L is for
l-l-lightning bolts that flash across the sky.
M is for the
mercury in my thermometer.
N stands for the numbers there on my barometer.
O for
observations that this weather dude makes each day.
and P is for the pressure of the air so I can say...

I am the Weather Dude, I'm the Weather Dude
Cause weather, it's a trip for you and me.
Yeah I'm the Weather Dude, I'm the Weather Dude
What up, it's hip
meteorology from A to Z.

Q for quit, but quiet! We're not finished yet, not quite.
R until the
rainbow shows its colors big and bright.
S for
snow that falls from freezing clouds so I am told,
T is for the
temperature, it may be warm or cold.
U and V for
ultra-violet rays from Mister sun.
w-w-w-w-water cycle, there's more rain to come.
For X for Y for Z, I can't think of what to do!
But I can spell the
forecast out cause I'm the Weather Dude!

Copyright 2000 Nick Walker/Faithwalker Music (BMI)

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