Weather Tools
What are they? What do
they do?
The Most Common Weather
Tools Are:
•Thermometer
•Wind Vane
•Anemometer
•Barometer
•Rain Gauge
Thermometer
• A thermometer is a
weather tool used to
measure the
temperature.
Wind Vane
• By observing wind
vanes, we can know
the direction of the
wind. Knowing the
direction of the wind
is an import...
Anemometer
• Wind speed is an
important part of
weather.
• An anemometer is a
weather tool that
measures wind
speed.
Barometer
• Barometers are
important to
measuring air
pressure. Air
pressure can help
you predict good or
bad weather.
Rain Gauge
• A rain gauge is a
weather tool used to
collect rain.
• Using measurements
on the side of the rain
gauge, you ...
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  1. 1. Weather Tools What are they? What do they do?
  2. 2. The Most Common Weather Tools Are: •Thermometer •Wind Vane •Anemometer •Barometer •Rain Gauge
  3. 3. Thermometer • A thermometer is a weather tool used to measure the temperature.
  4. 4. Wind Vane • By observing wind vanes, we can know the direction of the wind. Knowing the direction of the wind is an important part in predicting the weather.
  5. 5. Anemometer • Wind speed is an important part of weather. • An anemometer is a weather tool that measures wind speed.
  6. 6. Barometer • Barometers are important to measuring air pressure. Air pressure can help you predict good or bad weather.
  7. 7. Rain Gauge • A rain gauge is a weather tool used to collect rain. • Using measurements on the side of the rain gauge, you can see how many inches it rained.
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