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Science MS Weather

Science: Chapter 16: MS Weather

thin, wispy cloud that forms from ice crystals high in the troposphere Cirrus cloud
white puffy cloud that grows vertically because it forms in a convection Cumulus cloud
temperature at which water vspor condenses out of the air dew point
cloud that forms on the ground fog
precipitation that falls as rain but freezes on contact with cold aurfaces near the ground,forming a glaze of ice freezing rain
precipitation that falls as balls of ice and forms when strong updrafts carry rain high into the troposhphere, where it freezes hail
amount of water vapor in the air humidity