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Where air masses meet and do not mix.
the leading edge of a moving mass of warm air.
when a cold and a warm air mass meet, but neither moves.
lower level; layered-looking clouds.
the process by which a gas becomes a liquid. Water vapor turns into liquid water by condensation.
the process by which a liquid becomes a gas.
the flow of water, from rain, snowmelt, or other sources, over the land.
an area of land that is drained by a stream or river and its branches.
a measurement of the amount of heat a substance contains.
a cloud belonging to a class characterized by horizontal layering with a uniform base. More specifically, the term stratus is used to describe flat, featureless clouds of low altitude varying in color from dark gray to nearly white.cloud
the trends in speed and direction of wind over a particular point on the earth's surface.windearth
Any semipermanent belt of westerly winds, especially those that prevail at latitudes lying between the tropical and polar regions of the earth
A storm or wind coming from the east
a repeating arrangement of shapes, colors, numbers, or other things.
a body of air that has the same temperature and/or humidity throughout.
the pressure exerted by air per-unit surface area in the earths atmosphere. Also called barometric pressure.
a publication that contains astronomical and meteorological data and forecasts.
a barometer that does not require the use of a liquid.
the layer of air that surrounds the earth.
a device used to measure air pressure.
a scale that relates the wind speed to its effects booth on land and at sea, classified from force 0 to force 12.
high level clouds made mostly of ice crystals.
the average weather over a long period of time.
clouds that bring summer storms, usually with thunder, lighting, and strong winds.
mid-level, puffy clouds.
clouds that form at ground level.
a prediction of the weather conditions for a given area and a given time period.
a large rotating windstorm with a calm central eye and winds greater than 118 kph.
lines drawn on a weather map that connect areas of the same barometric pressure at a given time.
a person who studies meteorology.
the study of the earths atmosphere and what happens in it.
where a cold front catches up to and overtakes a warm front.
any liquid or solid form of water that falls from the atmosphere. For example, rain, snow, hail, or sleet.
a device used to measure the amount of precipitation in a given area.
a weather symbol that represents the state of the weather at a particular place.
lower level; layered-looking clouds.
a narrow, violently rotating column of air characterized by winds greater than 81 kph and a funnel cloud that reaches the ground.
an area of no air pressure.
the state of the atmosphere at a given time and place with respect to wind, temperature, cloudiness, moisture, pressure, and other factors.
predicting what future weather will be like.
the boundary where difficult air masses collide.
a place where weather data are recorded.
Condensation. evaporation the process by which a gas becomes a liquid. Water vapor turns into liquid water by condensation.
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