Knowing tomorrow's weather helps all of us plan and have more productive, enjoyable, and safe lives. This vivid program shows the basics of how weather forecasts are made. Students learn to understand the symbols that they see on weather maps in the media. By measuring, charting, and tracking weather, it becomes easy to see how things change as weather moves from one part of the Earth to another. It is also made clear that math skills are vital to measuring and forecasting. We examine the tools and instruments used by meteorologists to detect and measure clouds, precipitation, temperature, humidity, wind, and pressure. Students become familiar with the names and functions of weather instruments.