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Weather & Technology

Weather & Technology: Ch 1C

force of air against Earth's surface air pressure
scientist who studies the weather meteorologist
water vapor in the air humidity
temperature at which air cannot hold anymore water vapor dew point
violent funnel-shaped cloud tornado
air moving from a region of high pressure to a region of low pressure wind
amount of water vapor in air compared to greatest amount air can hold relative humidity
instrument used to measure air pressure barometer
very large body of air having similar weather conditions air mass
instrument used to measure wind direction wind vane
prediction of what weather will be like in the near future forecast
boundary that forms between a cold and a warm air mass front
instrument used to measure relative humidity psychrometer
type of radio transmission that tracks precipitation Doppler radar
tropical storm with high winds that form over oceans hurricane
instrument that measures wind speed anemometer
instrument that measures precipitation amounts rain gauge
instrument that measures wind speed and direction wind sock
instrument that measures temperature thermometer
uses numbers and symbols to indicate weather conditions weather map
Created by: gundermans