Did you ever wonder...
... how weather presenters know the weather?
Throughout the year, meteorologists and hydrologists across the world, work together in national weather, water and climate agencies to collect, analyse and share information including reliable and timely weather forecasts.
Weather and climate recognize no political borders. For this reason, nations adopted a Convention, creating an intergovernmental organization known as the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
Today, WMO is the United Nations authoritative voice in weather, climate and water. WMO sets global standards and facilitates the exchange of information among the National Meteorological and Hydrological Services of its 189 Member States and Territories.
This web site dedicated to children and teens answers frequently asked questions about weather, climate and water. It is also a starting point to understand how these affect every aspect of our daily lives.
Learning about weather, climate and water is vital if we want to make the planet safer for us all, especially for future generations.