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Stack #71099

barometer instrument used to measure air pressure
front boundary that forms when two air masses with different properties meet
air mass large bodies of air with uniform properties throughout
air pressure measure of the force of air pressing down on the Earth's surface
anemometer instrument used to measure wind speed
atmosphere mixture of gases that surround the Earth
isobar line on a weather map that connects locations with the same air pressure
isotherm line on a weather map that connects locations with the same temperature
land breeze flow of air from the land to the sea
precipitation water that falls from the atmosphere tp tje Earth as rain, sleet, snow, or hail
rain gauge instrument to measure rainfall
sea breeze flow of air from the sea to the land
Created by: bconrad