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burklow science 3

water vapor The gas phase of water.
cumulus clouds cotton ball shaped clouds, flat bases, tall and fluffy- means“heap”. Brings warm and sunny weather.
stratus clouds flat, layered- means “layer”  Brings cloudy and gloomy weather. Can bring rain or snow when they are dark gray.
cirrus clouds made of ice crystals, thin; look like a mare’s tale or curls of hair- means “curls”; brings fair weather.
fog A clouds on the ground that reduces visibility. A low-lying stratus cloud
density (dense) A measure of how many particles are packed together into a certain amount of space.
climatologist A person who studies the different climates.
climate zones A region in which the yearly patterns of temperature, rainfall, and amount of sunlight are similar.
high-pressure area mass of cold air (brings cool, dry weather)
low-pressure area mass of warm air (brings warm, wet weather)
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