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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Vocabulary Clouds Weather Vs. Climate Weather Tools Science Court
Rain, sleet, snow, or hail
Water rises into the air in the form of a liquid and changes into a gas (vapor)
Continuing movement of water from oceans or other bodies of water, up into the air, down to the land, and back to the oceans or bodies of water again
Water vapor in the air cools and forms water droplets
Water as an invisible gas
How are clouds formed?
Vapor cools in the air and changes to water droplets; many water droplets make up a cloud
A prefix meaning “middle level.”
A prefix or suffix meaning “rain.”
Nimbo or Nimbus
A fluffy, large white cloud that may be flat on the bottom and billowed on top
Clouds that are made of ice crystals and are the highest clouds?
Describe a cumulonimbus cloud.
Clouds that billow upward, flat and dark on the bottom, storm cloud associated with rain, thunder, lightning, and tornadoes
Weather is a bunch of events that happen daily in the atmosphere all over the world. True or False
Average weather in a location over a long period of time
What is the difference between weather and climate?
Weather-events that happen daily in the atmosphere all over the world Climate-collection of weather patterns in your own part of the world over a period of time
Describe a desert climate.
Doesn’t get much rain
What weather tool is used to measure air temperature?
What weather tool measures air pressure?
What instrument would tell if the wind is blowing from the northeast?
What tool would measure the speed of the wind?
The humidity is 33% and the dew point is 32 degrees. What tool measures both of these?
Share, in order, the FOUR main parts of the water cycle (you may sing it if you want ).
Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation, Accumulation
What is an example of evaporation?
A rain puddle disappears on the ground when the sun comes out Boiling water goes up into the air
What is an example of condensation?
A cloud forming Steam on a mirror Fog
What factors effect the speed of evaporation?
Air temperature Surface area How much humidity is in the air
On a cold winter day why are you able to see your breath? Why all of a sudden does it disappear?
Your warm breath meets the cold air and condenses (forms water droplets, it looks like a cloud). Then, the vapor cools and evaporates into the atmosphere.
Weather Part 2.
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