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Weather Weather is a description of what it is like outside right now.Weather includes: Wind Temperature Clouds Photo credit: © 2010 Jupiterimages Corporation Precipitation Humidity
Weather Teacher notes Ask students to describe the differences they see between the day and night scenes. Ask them if they think the temperature is different during the day or at night.
Weather Teacher notes Ask students to describe the differences they see between the different seasons. Discuss the differences in temperature, precipitation, wind and cloud cover.
Weather Precipitation is water that falls from the sky. How many different kinds of precipitation can you name? Rain Sleet Snow Hail We can measure precipitation with a rain gauge.
Can you spot a wind vane in your local area?Weather Wind direction can be found using a wind vane. The arrow turns to point into the wind. This wind vane is pointing South, so the wind is blowing from the South. Photo credit (from left): ©2008 JupiterImages Corporation, © ©2008 JupiterImages Corporation. Can you spot a wind vane in your local area?
Weather Temperature is a measure of how warm or cold it is.Temperature is measured using a thermometer. The units of temperature are degrees Fahrenheit (°F) or degrees Celsius (°C). Photo credit: ©2008 Temperatures are measured in the shade, so the Sun’s rays do not heat up the instrument.
Weather Conditions and Tools
Weather use appropriate tools to measure temperature and precipitation use appropriate tools to measure temperature and precipitation match cloud type.
Weather and Climate Notes
Mrs. Horn 5 th Grade Science 3 rd Nine Weeks. Temperature Meteorologist- scientist who studies weather Thermometer- measures air temperature and tells.
What is the weather? Weather is the condition of the air around us over a short period of time (from day to day)
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Weather and Climate What’s the Difference?.
Know how to measure weather. Know the tools we use it to measure weather.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt The Sky is Falling Picture.
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By: Leilani Hall. Table of contents Anemometer………………….page 5 Barometer…………………… page 3 Hygrometer…………………. page 6 Rain gauge………………….. page 7 Nephoscope…………………page.
Scientist use tools to measure the weather. Tools to measure the weather Tools to tell how warm the air is. Tools to tell how fast the wind is blowing.
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By: Stella Petty Weather Instruments.
A Meteorologist's Toolbox
Weather Instruments How do they help in predicting weather?
By: Julia Schoeb, Mt. Bethel ES. A thermometer is a tool that measures temperature. Temperature can be measured using Celsius (C) or Fahrenheit (F)
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