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Hosted by Mrs. Schneiderhan Observing Weather
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Row 1, Col 1 A map that shows weather data for a large area Weather map
1,2 Place where two air masses of different temperatures meet front
1,3 Measurement of how hot or cold something is temperature
1,4 Any kind of water that falls from the sky precipitation
2,1 Movement of air wind
2,2 Tool for measuring wind speed anemometer
2,3 Air that surrounds Earth atmosphere
2,4 What is happening in the atmosphere at a certain place weather
3,1 Earth is kept warm by _________________ Layers of air
3,2 To measure temperature you would use a _________________ thermometer
3,3 To measure precipitation you would use a __________ Rain gauge
3,4 hurricane Which type of weather has the strongest winds? *thunderstorm *hurricane *blizzard *sunny day
4,1 When a cold front moves through your town, the weather will __________________ Get colder
4,2 Get warmer When a warm front moves through your town, the weather will _______________
4,3 Air pressure Wind blows because of difference in what?
4,4 In places where warm and cold air meet, there is likely to be ________________________ precipitation
5,1 You use an anemometer to measure what? Wind speed
5,2 Which of these tools would a Meterologist NOT use? *satellites *umbrellas *anemometers *computers umbrellas
5,3 ozone What absorbs the harmful rays from the sun ?
5,4 Rain gauges and snow boards are used to measure what? precipitation
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