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Clouds By Mrs. Hicks
Types of Clouds There are 3 types of clouds: Stratus Cumulus Cirrus
Stratus Clouds These are low clouds that usually bring steady rains, snow, or very cloudy days.
Cumulus Clouds These are fluffy, “cotton ball” clouds and it’s fun to find pictures in these clouds.
Thunderheads These are cumulus clouds that often develop into thunderstorms on very hot, humid days in the summer.
Cirrus Clouds These are very high clouds made of ice crystals, often called “mare’s tails.”
Do you know your clouds? High ice crystal clouds are. Low, rainy clouds are. Fluffy, white clouds are. Cirrus clouds Stratus clouds Cumulus clouds
Cloud Types. What are clouds? A cloud is made up of tiny water droplets and/or ice crystals, a snowflake is a collection of many ice crystals, and rain.
Weather Part 3 The Clouds. Clouds form when the air temperature cools and causes water vapor in the air to condense into tiny drops of water.
Clouds and Weather Prediction. Learner Expectations Grade 5 –Atmosphere: Conditions/Data/Predict The learner will be able to predict weather conditions.
Clouds By: Gabrielle Miller. Dedication Page I dedicate this book to my mom for loving me and letting me in Her life for ever.
Weather use appropriate tools to measure temperature and precipitation use appropriate tools to measure temperature and precipitation match cloud type.
Warm air is forced upwards Meets up with cold air Then both cool and condense around dust particles.
Weather Part 2. The Water Cycle How does this water vapor get into the air? Water EVAPORATES from oceans, lakes, rivers, or puddles! Think back to our.
Cloud Notes. Cirrus High elevations High elevations Feathery/ wispy with ice crystals Feathery/ wispy with ice crystals Fair weather Fair weather.
Welcome to Science Unit 1 Water Cycle and Weather 4 th Grade Mr. Summerlin.
Weather Phenomena SOL 4.6 Follows along with Interactive Notebook notes.
Review 13: Weather. 1.Meteorologist – scientists who study the weather. What direction do most weather systems travel in the U.S.? Review 13: Weather.
Cloud Formations Melissa White Melissa White Sunlight causes water to evaporate into the atmosphere. This air containing the water vapor is heated at.
Have you ever just looked at clouds? Why do we have clouds? Why do we have clouds? Why are there different shapes? Why are there different shapes? What.
Earths Weather by Denise Carroll. Changes in Weather Weather is what the air is like outside. Weather can be warm or cool. Weather can be sunny, windy,
Fronts March Bell Work 1. Using a psychrometer, figure the relative humidity in the classroom. 2. Yesterday, there were high, curl or “wispy” clouds.
WHAT IS WEATHER? Chapter I. Factors of Weather A. Climate or Weather? A. Climate or Weather? 1. Climate is…. the pattern of weather over an area.
C LOUDS. WHAT IS A CLOUD? A collection of water droplets Why White? -They are white, because they reflect the color of the sun. Why Gray? – They are gray.
Weather Study Guide Section 1: Vocabulary 2 points each (matching)
A Simple Guide to the Clouds In this file you can learn about the ten main types of cloud and how you could begin to recognise them. Teacher’s Notes Make.
Weather Weather is the state of the atmosphere at any given time or place.
Weather Science SOL: 2.6 Miss Ahrens Second Grade.
Understanding weather Chapter 7 Notes. Water in the Air Weather is the condition of the atmosphere at a certain time and place. Weather is the condition.
Science We need cotton balls Do Now: 3/12 Can you bring some? Science We need cotton balls Do Now: 3/12 Can you bring some? HW: Read 16-1 and study for.
Clouds March 11, Clouds 1. _Clouds- are a collection of millions of tiny water droplets or ice crystals.
Weather. What is Weather? Weather is the condition of the Earths Atmosphere at a given time. Weather is the condition of the Earths Atmosphere at a given.
Using Weather Data Earth Science Unit II What Is AIR? Air is a mixture of colorless, odorless gases that surrounds the Earth. Air is a mixture of colorless,
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Mrs. Passells Weather Test Review revised The test will assess your understanding of clouds, precipitation, water cycle, fronts, high & low pressure.
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