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Nature’s way of recycling water
What is the water cycle?
The Process which returns water to the atmosphere
What is evaporation?
Water that falls from clouds as rain, snow, sleet, or hail.
What is Precipitation?
The process of water vapor turning into water droplets
What is condensation?
Water that flows into streams, groundwater systems, lakes, reservoirs, and oceans
What is runoff?
Gray clouds that cover the lower part of the sky; rain or snow falls from them
What are stratus clouds?
White, puffy clouds that look like piles of cotton; they are known as fair- weather clouds
What are cumulus clouds?
Thin, feathery clouds that appear high in the sky; they are a sign that rain or snow is on the way
What are cirrus clouds?
Cloud that forms at the earth’s surface
What is fog?
Tall, dark clouds that mean thunderstorms with heavy rain and strong winds
What are cumulonimbus clouds?
The state of the air at a certain time and place
What is weather?
Scientists who study weather
Who are meteorologists?
North, South, East, and West
What are the Cardinal Directions?
Ice crystals that freeze together and fall from clouds.
What is snow?
Rounded pieces of ice formed during thunderstorms.
What is hail?
Most common type of storm
What is a thunderstorm?
Spinning cloud with a funnel shape
What is a tornado?
Large, powerful storm that occurs over large bodies of water
What is a hurricane?
Water overflow that is caused by a large amount of rainfall
What is a flood?
Another name for a hurricane
What is a typhoon?
Tools that help us measure weather.
What are rain gauge, wind vane, thermometer, and anemometer?
Measures the amount of rainfall.
What is a rain gauge?
What is a thermometer?
Instrument that shows wind direction
What is a wind vane?
Measures wind speed
What is an anemometer?
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