Science NetLinks has a bunch of resources that focus on weather and some focus on hurricanes in particular. Our collection on the Science of Weather focuses on different types of weather and the natural forces that cause them. Also, our collection on Hurricanes helps teachers and students learn more about hurricanes, wind, and other weather.
The hub for ReadWriteThink's resources on hurricanes is our calendar entry in August on Katrina:
That entry includes links to 5 weather-related lesson plans, has web links to some relevant sites, and a classroom activity that asks students to explore weather-related and other natural disasters that their geographical area is prone to and review emergency preparedness and procedures.
One of our more popular weather-related resources is the grades 3-5 lesson Exploring Cause and Effect Using Expository Texts About Natural Disasters.In this activity, students explore the nature and structure of expository texts that focusing on cause and effect and apply what they learned using graphic organizers and writing paragraphs to outline cause-and-effect relationships. (It's a great STEM activity too.)
My students and I followed Hurricane Sandy through the use of www.weather.com/ The Weather Channel provided pictures, videos, and map of the hurricane. During each class period, I had a few students who shared their interest in the hurricane and weather in general.
Nat Geo Education has a whole collection dedicated to hurricane education. The collection includes different activities, interactives, maps, photos & more for you to use in class discussions. Check it out: hurricanes - National Geographic Education.