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Unit 5: Weather Weather--what the air is like at different times and places
Unit 5: Weather Rains— water falls to the earth from the clouds
Unit 5: Weather Drizzle– a light rain (a little bit of rain)
Unit 5: Weather Warm– when the air is heated; not cold or not hot
Unit 5: Weather Thunderstorm– a storm with thunder and lightening
Unit 5: Weather Dangerous– likely to cause something bad or harmful to happen
Unit 5: Weather Blizzard– a long snowstorm with strong cold wind filled with snow
Unit 5: Weather Snow– soft, white flakes that fall from clouds when it is cold
Unit 5: Weather Sleet-- icy mixture of rain and snow
Unit 5: Weather Hurricane– storms with strong winds and heavy rain that form over the ocean
Unit 5: Weather Tornado– a storm with strong winds that whirl and travel in a funnel-shaped dark cloud
Unit 5: Weather Ground– the ground is made up of dirt and is the solid surface of the Earth
Unit 5: Weather Ocean– a large body of salt water that covers most of the Earth’s surface
Unit 5: Weather Flood– happens when a lot of water flows over normally dry land (this can happen when it rains a lot)
Unit 5: Weather Whirl– to turn quickly in a circle
Unit 5: Weather Government– a group of people who take care of the country
Unit 5: Weather Shelter– something that covers or protects
Unit 5: Weather Warn– to tell ahead of time
Unit 5: Weather Sprinkle– a little rain
Unit 5: Weather Pitter-patter– describes a sound of soft rain (such as a beating heart)
Unit 5: Weather Hurly-burly– strong, louder rain
Unit 5: Weather Cloudy– having many clouds
Unit 5: Weather Sunset– happens every day when the sun disappears from view in the west
Unit 5: Weather Clear– free from clouds
Unit 5: Weather Temperature—how hot or cold something is
Unit 5: Weather Meteorologist– a scientist who studies the weather
Unit 5: Weather Conditions– what the weather is like (hot, cold, sunny, dry, cloudy, rain, sleet, hail, windy, humid, etc.)
Unit 5: Weather Forecast-- a weather prediction (What will the weather be like?)
Unit 5: Weather Prepare– to get ready
Unit 5: Weather Correct– having no mistakes
Unit 5: Weather Cirrus– a kind of thin, white cloud found high in the sky
Unit 5: Weather Cumulus– a big, black cloud that holds a lot of water
Unit 5: Weather Chilly– cool or a little cold
Unit 5: Weather Thermometer– an instrument used to measure the temperature
Unit 5: Weather Degrees– units used to measure temperature
Unit 5: Weather Wind sock– a sleeve, open on both sides, used to measure wind direction
Unit 5: Weather Desert– a hot, dry, sandy region or area
Unit 5: Weather Mountains– masses of land that are high above the land that surround them
Unit 5: Weather Rodents– animals with large front teeth that use their teeth for gnawing (such as squirrels, rats, mice, and beavers)
Unit 5: Weather Frozen– made into ice, or covered with ice
Unit 5: Weather Freeze– to become cold and hard
Unit 5: Weather Blanket– a thick covering or layer
Unit 5: Weather Hurricane– big storms with fast winds and heavy rain
Unit 5: Weather Violent-- a strong force that causes harm
Unit 5: Weather Swirling– going around and around in a circle
Unit 5: Weather Warning– a notice that danger is coming
Unit 5: Weather Hour– 60 minutes (there are 24 hours in one day)
Unit 5: Weather Eye– a part of your body that you use to see. It can also mean the center of something (such as the eye of a hurricane)
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