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Chapter 1

Lesson #4 (pp. 58-63)

weather the condition of the air at a given time and place
precipitation the moisture that falls from the air--such as rain, snow, sleet, or hail
temperature the amount of heat in something such as the air
climate the normal pattern of weather in an area over a period of many years
tropics the area of warm climates in the low latitudes north and south of the Equator (between 23 1/2 degrees S and 23 1/2 degrees N)
temperate zones areas in middle latitudes on either side of the tropics that have warm summers and cold winters (between 23 1/2 degrees S and 66 1/2 degrees S and 23 1/2 degrees N and 66 1/2 degrees N)
frigid zones the areas in the high latitudes with long, cold winters and cool summers (between 66 1/2 degrees S and 90 degrees S and 66 1/2 degrees N and 90 degrees N)
Created by: kathykretchmer