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2 of 10 © Boardworks 2011 Weather Weather is a description of what it is like outside right now. Weather includes: Temperature Precipitation Humidity Wind Clouds
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6 of 10 © Boardworks 2011 We can measure precipitation with a rain gauge. Weather Precipitation is water that falls from the sky. How many different kinds of precipitation can you name? Snow Sleet Hail Rain
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8 of 10 © Boardworks 2011 Wind direction can be found using a wind vane. The arrow turns to point into the wind. Weather This wind vane is pointing South, so the wind is blowing from the South. Can you spot a wind vane in your local area?
9 of 10 © Boardworks 2011 The units of temperature are degrees Fahrenheit (°F) or degrees Celsius (°C). Temperature is a measure of how warm or cold it is. Weather Temperatures are measured in the shade, so the Suns rays do not heat up the instrument. Temperature is measured using a thermometer.
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Know how to measure weather. Know the tools we use it to measure weather.
© Boardworks Ltd of 28 These icons indicate that teacher’s notes or useful web addresses are available in the Notes Page. This icon indicates the.
Weather and Climate Notes. What is the source of all weather and climate? The sun! The sun is the source of all heat and energy. The sun heats air, which.
Weather Instruments How do they help in predicting weather?
The Earth is surrounded by a thin blanket of air called the atmosphere.
Think About This… In your science journal, think about the following question: – What are some things that meteorologists look at to collect data?
Weather and Climate Vocabulary 3-5 Grade. Rain Gauge An Instrument Used To Measure The Amount of Rainfall.
Climate Climate is the average or usual weather pattern that occurs in a region over a long period of time.
Weather and Climate Vocabulary 3-5 Grade. Rain Gauge An instrument used to measure the amount of rainfall.
What is the weather? Weather is the condition of the air around us over a short period of time (from day to day)
Scientist use tools to measure the weather. Tools to measure the weather Tools to tell how warm the air is. Tools to tell how fast the wind is blowing.
Weather Instruments By Christina Morgan V.. Barometer A Barometer is an instrument that measures the air pressure. If you read the barometer and it.
By: Stella Petty. Wind vane A Wind Vane is an instrument used to measure wind direction. A Wind Vane points where the wind is coming from.
Weather Tools and Conditions Computer Lab October 23, 2015.
Label the water cycle. The Water Cycle What comes after precipitation? Collection What comes after evaporation? Condensation What comes after condensation?
Weather and Climate What’s the Difference?. Today, you will learn that: Weather and climate are always changing. At times the changes can be sudden and.
Weather Tools A Meteorologist's Toolbox. Barometer.
WEATHER AND CLIMATE. Where Weather Occurs Atmosphere (lowest layer of air that surrounds Earth) Troposphere: where most weather occurs (lowest layer)
A psychrometer is a tool that measures humidity, or the amount of water in the air. Hydrometer measures relative humidity.
Weather Conditions and Tools Weather Unit. Weather changes occur day to day and from season to season.
Weather!. Weather is the condition of the Earth’s atmosphere at a certain place and time. The elements of weather: Temperature Humidity Precipitation.
Weather Instruments S4E4 Students will analyze weather charts/maps and collect weather data to predict weather events and infer patterns and seasonal changes.
The sun’s energy heats the Earth, contributing to evaporation.
Definition: Weather is the state of the atmosphere at a specific time and place. Weather is the result of heat from the sun and earth's air and water.
Unit 2 Objectives SWBAT understand the following words by the end of the unit: For unit objectives See: Scope & Sequence Climate Temperature Humidity Precipitation.
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ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS TEMPERATURE ATMOSPHERIC PREASSURE PRECIPITATION WIND Amount of heat in the atmosphere Instrument to measure: Thermometer Movement.
Describes the condition of the atmosphere such as temperature, cloud cover, wind speed, and rainfall.
Measuring Weather Conditions. Weather and Climate Click the photo below to get acquainted with weather and climate.
WEATHER INSTRUMENT BY CONNOR MCKENZIE. BAROMETER A barometer is a tool that measures air pressure. On this one has a clock that is how it shows you.
By: Leilani Hall. Table of contents Anemometer………………….page 5 Barometer…………………… page 3 Hygrometer…………………. page 6 Rain gauge………………….. page 7 Nephoscope…………………page.
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LEARNING ABOUT THE WEATHER RAIN, TEMPERATURE, AND WIND.
Mrs. Horn 5 th Grade Science 3 rd Nine Weeks. Temperature Meteorologist- scientist who studies weather Thermometer- measures air temperature and tells.
Weather Instruments Can you name any instruments or tools used to predict or describe weather?
Clicker Review!. What is the name of the scientist who studies the weather? A- Meteorologist B – Biologist C – Storm chaser D – Paleontologist.
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Today’s Weather is brought to you by Westly Whithers.
Weather Tools. Scientists who study weather are called Meteorologists. A meteorologist uses tools to measure the weather. Read on to find out more about.
Weather use appropriate tools to measure temperature and precipitation use appropriate tools to measure temperature and precipitation match cloud type.
Hosted by Mrs. Schneiderhan Observing Weather Choice 1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
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By: Julia Schoeb, Mt. Bethel ES. A thermometer is a tool that measures temperature. Temperature can be measured using Celsius (C) or Fahrenheit (F)
Extreme Weather Tornado. A tornado is caused by warm air and cold air mixing together and forming a giant windstorm (tornado).
Air and Weather. What is in the air? Meteorology Study of Weather.
WEATHER INSTRUMENTS. Rain Gauge Type of instrument used by meteorologists Type of instrument used by meteorologists Used to gather and measure the amount.
Our Weather Word Wall thermometertemperaturecloudcloud cover precipitation wind direction rain gaugeweather vain anemometerwind speedthunderlightning.
Earth Science Chapter 9. Weather and Climate Lesson 1 What Factors Affect Climate? Climate is the normal pattern of weather in an area over many years.
How old is a glass of water? Let’s Look at The Three Parts of the Water Cycle: 1. Evaporation 2. Condensation 3. Precipitation.
The condition of Earth’s atmosphere at a particular time and place.
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