Weather stations augment science curricula

12/30/2003 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

The National Weather Service and the private American Weather Service have teamed up to place sophisticated reporting stations in more than 6,500 schools nationwide. The schools pay about $5,000 for WeatherNet Classroom equipment, which feeds the AWS round-the-clock data on precipitation, temperature, wind speed and direction.

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