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Ch16Weather Forecast

What is dew point? temperature where air becomes saturated and water vapor becomes liquid.
What are the four types of fronts? cold, warm, occluded & stationary
What is the amount of water vapor in the air? humidity
What is the area where two air masses meet called? front
What is the process of water vapor turning into a liquid? condensation
What type of weather would you predict for a high pressure system? warm, dry, clear
What type of weather would you predict for a low pressure system? cold, wet, cloudy
What does it mean when isobars are close together? windy
What does it mean when isobars are far apart? calm
What is the main source of energy for the water cycle? Sun
What does cP mean? continental polar
What does mT mean? maritime tropical
What are the 5 major point in the water cycle and explain them. Precipitation, evaporation, run-off, transpiration, condensation
Created by: cslavens