Curious about current wind patterns around the globe? Check out Windy.com. This is one of those posts that I’m not sure how to use it in a math class, but the website is so cool I’m posting about it. The graph here is a still image but the wind currents are shown moving in real time on the webpage. NOAA’s Climage.gov page Windy has suggestions on how to use the page in classrooms. Take a look, really, and leave a comment if you have a thought on how to use this in a math classroom.
How hot was Nov 2022?
From NOAA’s November 2022 Global Climate Report: The November 2022 global surface temperature departure was …