In this program, students will learn how clouds form, the different types of clouds and the important role they play in weather and the water cycle. In addition, students will see how other meteorological events occur, including fog, mist, smog, thunder and lightning. Learn about how meteorologists analyze the size, shape and location of clouds in order to determine the effect that they will have on the weather. Doppler radar graphics and a hands-on science experiment help these concepts be easily understood. One of six volumes in the Weather Fundamentals DVD Series in the Schlessinger Science Library. Part of the Schlessinger Science Library in Action Collection. This title correlates to the National Science Education Standards for Earth and Space Science -- structure of Earth's system, Earth's history and Earth in the solar system. A Teacher's Guide is included and available online that features additional information on the topic, vocabulary words, discussion questions, follow-up activities and lists of recommended books and Internet resources. 23 minutes. Grades 4 to 7.