Welcome to Meteorology! In this event, participants will use scientific process skills as well as qualitative and quantitative analyses to demonstrate an understanding of the factors that influence Everyday Weather.
The information below should not be interpreted as an extension of the rules. You can find free online copies of the current rules for download on the 2023 Rules page of the Science Olympiad website. The official rules in the current Rules Manual take precedence. This event is genesouly supported by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE).
Resources & Links
- NOAA Education Resources for Weather & Atmosphere
- NOAA Resource Collection for 2023 Season Topic Everyday Weather - new!
- NOAA Resource Collection for 2022 Season Meteorology Topic Climate & Climate Change
Science Olympiad Store Materials
- New! 2023 Meteorology Starter Pack
- 2023 National Test Packet
- 2022 National Test Packet
- 2021 National Test Packet
- 2020 National Test Packet
- 2019 National Test Packet
Practice Problems & Tests
- New! Practice Test - 2022 Rickards Invitational
- Practice Test - 2022 National Invitational
- Practice Test - 2022 UChicago Invitational
- Practice Test - 2021 UT Austin Invitational
- Practice Test - 2021 Troy High School Invitational
- Practice Test - 2021 BirdSO Invitational
Event Supervisor Resources
In addition to the resources on the Event Supervisors page, Meteorology Event Supervisors should be sure to use the following resources:
- Event Logistics Manual (Updated 12/02/22 to fix an error with regard to resources allowed for Environmental Chemistry)