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Ch. 8 Test Review Mr. Maine
Chapter 8 Review Convection currents form when air temperatures are different.
Chapter 8 Review What happens as you move from the troposphere to the stratosphere? - Air pressure decreases.
Chapter 8 Review Winds generally blow from west to east over the United States due to a huge convection current over the North American continent and the rotation of Earth.
Chapter 8 Review What causes precipitation at fronts? - Rising warm air.
Chapter 8 Review A severe storm warning means that severe storms have already formed.
Chapter 8 Review A column of wind lifted up on one end by upward winds and pressed down on the other end by downward winds describes a tornado.
Chapter 8 Review Hurricanes get their energy from warm ocean waters.
Chapter 8 Review Which weather instrument is used to measure wind speed? - Anemometer
Chapter 8 Review What does the H on the weather map represent? - Area of high pressure.
Chapter 8 Review A forecaster determining the climate of an area would find the average yearly precipitation most helpful.
Chapter 8 Review How do the Gulf Stream and North Atlantic Drift currents affect weather in Europe? - They cause the temperature to be warmer than they would be otherwise.
Chapter 8 Review A scientist studying climates finds a fossil of a fish in the desert. What can the scientist learn from this fossil? - That the desert probably had a wet climate at one time.
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Jeopardy Air Movement Air Masses Severe Weather Forecasts Climate Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
WEATHER PATTERNS. Lesson 1 How Does Air Move? Layers of Air Convection Currents Wind Patterns.
Chapter 6 Study Guide Review Power Point. Answer: Gravity What causes air pressure?
Chapter 8 5 th Grade Science Weather Patterns. Layers of Air ______ - made up of 8/10 nitrogen and 2/10 oxygen, small parts of carbon dioxide, water vapor.
THIS IS With Host... Your Air MovesAir MassesWeatherWeather Maps Climate and Tools Tools to Measure Weather.
The Jet Stream and Our Weather. What is the Jet Stream? The jet stream is a narrow band of fast moving air near the top of the troposphere It separates.
Chapter 8 Weather Patterns 5 th grade Mr. Snyder.
Chapter 8: Lesson 3: What causes severe weather?.
1) What does this tool measure?. 2) What does this tool measure?
Atmospher e & Weather Atmospher e & Weather 2 Clouds & Precipitati on Severe Storms Severe Storms 2 Climate $1 $2 $5 $10 $20.
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Original Jeopardy game template source: teach.fcps.net.
Earth’s Weather Patterns Chapter 10. Prior Knowledge What is weather? What makes up the Atmosphere? How can you track severe storms?
Climate & Weather Review. A wind that moves from north to south is called a: Polar wind 2.Arctic.
All Things Weather Wise Weather Instruments, Pressure Systems and Fronts.
Atmosphere, Ocean Currents, Weather Maps, & Air Mass TEKS REVIEW 8.10A, 8.10B, 8.10C.
Weather By: Mr. Leslie’s Class. Weather Instruments Rain Gauge – measures the amount of precipitation that has fallen in an area. Thermometer – measures.
Hosted by Mrs. Dempsey Air Masses/Fronts Storms Predicting Weather Climate
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.
TICKET TIME TEST REVIEW 1. 1 How are breezes named? FROM WHERE THEY FORMED.
Weather and Climate 8 th grade science STAAR. What is Weather vs. Climate Weather is the current atmospheric conditions, which includes temperature, wind,
Sun = Energy driving weatherSun = Energy driving weather Equator = warm; Poles = cold why?Equator = warm; Poles = cold why? Daytime: air over land.
Ch 8: Lesson 4: How are Forecasts Made?. Collecting Data To describe a weather system, you need to describe all its parts; 1.temperature 2.moisture 3.clouds.
Hosted by Mrs. Dempsey Air Masses/Fronts Storms Predicting Weather Random
Oceans and Weather 8.10C. Oceans and Weather Blue Planet Earth is often called the Blue planet because 70% of the surface of the Earth is covered in water.
Weather Review. What is the difference between weather and climate? Weather: Atmosphere conditions at a given time or place Climate-Average weather conditions.
Weather review! Sea breezes blow from the ocean toward the shore because A.the Sun heats up the water more quickly than the land B. the Sun heats.
Weather Tools. Scientists who study weather are called Meteorologists. A meteorologist uses tools to measure the weather. Read on to find out more about.
A Storm’s Story (So far…) The Sun warms the Earth through radiation. The Earth’s surface warms unevenly. Different types of air masses are created over.
Chapter 3 The Changing Weather. Chapter 3 Terms Condensation Condensation Orographic Condensation Orographic Condensation Convectional Condensation Convectional.
Knowing Your Weather Terms. Climate and Weather Climate: The average weather condition in an area over a long period of time at a certain place Weather:
CLIMATE CHAPTER 3:. All of the world’s climates take place in the atmosphere: 1.its protects us from harmful things from space 2.gives us air 3.gives.
Climate and What Influences It Chapter 2, Section 3.
The sun’s energy heats the Earth, contributing to evaporation.
Chapter 2 Section 3 Chapter 2 Section 3 Winds. What are winds? A wind is the horizontal movement of air from an area of high pressure to an area of.
Chapter 4: Weather and Climate Notes. Weather: condition of the atmosphere at a particular place and time (short term) Climate: average conditions of.
Convection Regions, Global Winds, Jet Streams. Atmospheric Convection Regions Since earth is unevenly heated, climate zones occur (different convection.
Global Wind Patterns. What is Wind? Wind is the movement of air from an area of higher pressure to an area of lower pressure. Warmer air expands, becoming.
1 Frontal weather systems.. 2 Relief Rainfall. Wind direction. Cooler air. Warmer air.
Surface Ocean Currents What are surface ocean currents? Ocean water that flows on the top layer of the ocean in predictable patterns around the Earth.
Access Prior Knowledge Lesson 3: What causes severe weather? Lesson 4: How are weather forecasts made? Opening Activity Open Science textbook to page 238.
Atmospheric movements We learned that energy is transferred from the Sun to the Earth creating convection currents. But, what type of currents???
Chapter 2 Weather Factors Section 3 Winds. What causes wind? Wind: The horizontal movement of air from an area of high pressure to an area of lower pressure.
* aka air pressure * Caused by * Units * 14.7 psi * Why aren’t we crushed? * Air pushing out * Used to it * Decreases with altitude/elevation.
What causes winds?. Air pressure is the measure of the force with which air molecules push on a surface The air pressure is strongest in the Troposphere.
Weather & Climate Chapter FRONTS Warm Cold Stationary.
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