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the general condition of the atmosphere weather
what is the amount of water vapor in the air HUMIDITY
the measure of the amount of water vapor needed for saturation relative humidity
the temperature when are is saturated and condensation forms DEW POINT
what is a LOW stratus cloud that forms when air is cooled to its dew point? Fog
water falling from the sky that may be frozen or liquid precipitation
measures wind speed... ANEMOMETER
what is the formation of liquid water from water vapor? condensation
what are billions of water droplets suspended in the air CLOUDS!
...forms layers at low altitudes rain/snow forms when air is cooled to dew point STRATUS clouds
...puffy white with flat bases (type of cloud) Cumulus
fibrous, or curly; high thin clouds made of ice crystals cirrus
associated with rain or snow (type of cloud) Nimbus
a cumulus cloud that grows into a thunder storm cumulonimbus
water passes through freezing air near the earths surface... sleet
pellets of ice inside a cloud hail
large bodies of air with properties similar to the part of earth where it forms
Created by: Rsmith