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weather

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TermDefinition
Vortex A mass of spinning water or air.
Tornado A wend storm made when warm and cold air meet.
Hurracane A storm made when warm moist air rises of a tropical waters.
Weather State of the atmosphere at a particular state or time.
Warm front Advancing warm air going over slower cold air.
Cold front Advancing cold air going under slower moving warm mass.
Stationary front Were warm air and cold meet and create a thunder storm.
Occlded When two cold air mass meet to trap a warm air mass above.
Cyclone A air mass rotating the same way as the earth.
Weather forcats Reporting of weather over radio or tv.
Front A air mass interacting with other air masses.
Anticyclone. spends the oppset way of a cyclone. normally means good weather.
Continetal Polor A cold air mass that moves over land.
Continetal Tropical A warm air mass that moves over land.
Maritine Tropical A warm air mass that moves over water.
Maritine Polor A cold air mass that moves over water.
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