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Science - Weather

Teacher: Mrs. Martin
Blows steadily over long distances in a predictable direction
Clouds that form at the highest altitudes and are formed from ice crystals
Rain, sleet, snow are just a few examples
The solar energy that reaches a planet
Puffy clouds that form at the middle altitudes and are formed from water droplets
Instrument that shows which direction the wind is blowing
The force put on a given area by the weight of the air above it
The amount of water vapor in the air
Measures wind speed
This current causes changes in North America, South America and Australia
Measures atmospheric pressure
When one air mass meets a different air mass
A constant movement of ocean water
Clouds that are layered and formed at lower altitudes
The layer of gasses closest to the Earth
What the lower atmosphere is like at any given place and time
The average weather pattern of a region