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Atmosphere The invisible layer of air that surrounds and protects the earth
Troposphere Layer of atmosphere closest to the surface where most whether occurs
Stratosphere Layer above the troposphere ozone layer jetstream
Mesosphere Layer above the stratosphere where astroid burn up
Thermosphere Outermost layer of atmosphere radio signals reflected and related back to earth
Weather Condition of atmosphere given at time and place
Relative humidity Amount of water vapor in the air compared to the total amount of water vapor that the air can hold a specific temperature
Humidity Vapor in the air that cannot be seen
Air temperature Degree of heat or cold atmosphere
Air pressure Heaviness of air caused by gravity and the amount of air particles in the air
Barometer Instrument which measures air pressure
Wind Movement of air
anemometer Instrument which measures wind speed
Beaufort scale Used to judge windspeed and windtypes
Precipocation Form of air moisture that you can see rain snow sleet hail
Air mass Large body of air that has about the same temperature and moisture throu out
Front Bendry or area of contact between two air masses
Cold front When cold air mass takes over a warm Air mass
Warm front And a warm air mass takes over a cold air mass
Stationary front Boundary between two unmoving air masses weather along this front is like that of a one
Clouds Collection of water droplets and microscopic solid particles such as dust salt
Created by: Tonypizza