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Weather review info.

Weather Part 1

Evaporation is caused by heat energy
Rain, snow, sleet, and hail are all types precipitaiton
Water is also found surrounding Earth in the atmosphere
At low temperatures, liguid water can become solid by freezing
Water in the atmosphere falls to Earth in the process of precipitation
The sun's energy causes liquid water to evaporate
Ice particles that absorb heat energy change into liquid water by melting
The 3 states in which water my exist are solid, liquid, and gas
Precipitation in the form of large frozen drops is called hail
Water in a gas state is water vapor
Condensed water droplets in the atmosphere form clouds
The 3 parts of the water cycle are evaporation, condensation, and precipitation
Precipitation in the form of very small pieces of ice is sleet
A cloud that forms a layer with other flat clouds is a status cloud
A wispy, feathery cloud is a cirrus cloud
A puffy cloud that appears to rise from a flat base is a cumulus cloud
Created by: Mrs. Miller