Below you will find 3 different weather forecast maps, each for a different town. There is a great deal of data on these charts ranging from dew point as you can see, through to maximum temperatures. Charts can be a good way of representing data, especially when they are labelled clearly, however sometimes the same information can be easier to read in a graph.
Your task this week is to use the information from the charts below to create your own graphs to compare and contrast something between the different towns. You might like to create a graph that compares the maximum temperatures for each town, or you may like to compare chance of rain in each town. Your graphs are going to be created with and online graph creator and to get there you will need to click on the coloured writing.
Once you have created your graphs you will need to print each one off and paste them into your maths book. Using your graphs, you will then need to identify what information you can get from them. What does the information suggest to you about each of the towns/areas? What might be some possible reasons for differences in data between each town? What have you learned about each town compared to the other?
Do you think weather forecast are always accurate? Why or why not?