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Passage of a Depression – interactive animation

Worksheet to accompany the animation.

For 11+

Depressions from our Weather and Climate teacher’s guide

Pop-up depression

Cold and Warm fronts activities for differentiation and revision

Finding weather features on a simple synoptic chart

Red sky at Night, Shepherd’s Delight worksheet and Teacher’s Notes – a resource looking at how our prevailing wind direction means this saying is largely true.

Depressions Taboo

Depressions case study template and example of Storm Eunice – collect and annotate weather charts for a named storm, weather warnings and impacts of the storm. 

For 14+

Weather systems PowerPoints and cross section practice

Using WOW data to investigate a depression passing across the UK with  worksheets for students including isoline drawing practice.

Anticyclones, depressions and fronts with student worksheets 

Depressions and anticyclones with a synoptic chart exercise

A case study of orographic rainfall in Scotland.

What is the weather? Work out what the weather is like at several UK locations based on some simplified weather maps.

Interpreting weather charts basic information on synoptic charts, with Isotherm map exercise and Synoptic chart exercise.

Isotherm and Isobar drawing exercise based on a depression on our contour resources page.

For 16+

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