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Row 1, Col 1 Rain, sleet, snow What are three types of precipitation?
1,2 Cirrus clouds What type of clouds look like wispy, curly clouds?
1,3 A rain gauge. What type of weather instrument is used to measure rainfall?
1,4 Tornado. The name for violent, twisting, funnel-shaped winds.
2,1 Water Cycle What is the name for a natural process by which water evaporates into the atmosphere, condenses and falls as precipitation, and is eventually evaporated again.
2,2 Stratus clouds What is the name for low clouds that are spread out?
2,3 A thermometer What is the name of an instrument that is used to measure the temperature?
2,4 Tropical Storm A powerful storm that forms in the seas near the Equator at the hottest time of the year.
3,1 Humidity The amount of water vapor or moisture in the air is known as…
3,2 Nimbus clouds What type of clouds are large, dark rain clouds?
3,3 A barometer What is the name for an instrument that is used to measure air pressure?
3,4 Thunderstorms These forms form in large cumulonimbus clouds. The cloud particles are blown up and down by violent air currents.
4,1 Dew Point The temperature at which the relative humidity reaches 100% is known as…
4,2 stratocumulus What type of cloud forms an uneven looking blanket over the low sky?
4,3 An anemometer What is the name of an instrument used to measure wind speed?
4,4 Hail Formed in clouds containing strong up- and – down currents of air..
5,1 Air pressure The weight of the air as it presses down is known as …
5,2 Altocumulus What type of cloud is in the middle of the sky and leaves fleece like clouds that can form bands or piles?
5,3 Hygrometer What is the name of an instrument that is used to measure humidity?
5,4 Hurricanes A type of storm with intense storms and swirling winds up to 150 mph. They are also known as cyclones and typhoons.
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