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In this month of April, which often cannot make up its mind weather-wise, you will find a multitude of questions and answers about weather and climate from this interactive site from NASA. Find out the cause of tornadoes and rain, read about weather folklore, or write your own weather adventure. If you love bad jokes, the bad weather joke machine will provide you with plenty of groaners, and you can play a computer game with friends that takes you around the world to find wild weather. For teachers and students there are several ideas for weather science fair projects.

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