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100 200 400 300 400 Clouds Precipitation Storms Weather Instruments 300 200 400 200 100 500 100
Row 1, Col 1 Cirrus clouds are thin and appear high in the sky. What are cirrus clouds?
1,2 Cumulus clouds are referred to as “fair weather clouds” they look A lot like cotton balls in the sky. Name a cloud associated with fair weather?
1,3 What are stratus clouds? These clouds are low forming And are referred to as “bad Weather clouds.”
1,4 What are clouds made of ? Clouds are made of a million droplets of water and ice.
2,1 These clouds form high in the sky and look a lot like flying saucers. What are lenticular clouds?
2,2 Rain is a type of precipitation that falls from the earth in a liquid form. What is rain?
2,3 What is snow? Snow is a type of precipitation that falls from the earth in a solid form.
2,4 Sleet is a type of precipitation falls from the sky in a frozen form but melts upon hitting the surface. What are “frozen raindrops”?
3,1 Hail is produced because of Intense thunderstorms. What type of precipitation is often the result of intense thunderstorms?
3,2 What is super cool water? This type of precipitation exists in liquid form but has a temperature below freezing. It will freeze on any surface.
3,3 A blizzard is a storm associated With low temperatures, strong winds, and heavy blowing snow. What is a blizzard?
3,4 A storm associated with Heavy rain along with lightening and thunder. What is a thunderstorm?
4,1 A tornado. This storm is associated with a rotating column that causes much damage When it hit the earth. What is a storm commonly seen in the Midwestern states?
4,2 Cyclones are large revolving tropical storms caused by winds blowing around a central area of low atmospheric pressure. What are cyclones?
4,3 A monsoon is a wind current in southern Asia that causes heavy rains and wind. What is a monsoon?
4,4 A thermometer measures air temperature. It typically contains alcohol or mercury. What is a thermometer?
5,1 A rain gauge measures the amount of rain that has fallen over a period of time. What is a rain gauge?
5,2 A weather balloon is used to measure weather conditions higher up in the atmosphere. What is a weather balloon?
5,3 A barometer measures air pressure. It tells whether the pressure is falling or rising. What is a barometer?
5,4 An anemometer measures rain speed. What is an anemometer?
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