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Weather Week 2

weather The properties of the atmosphere at any given time and location, including temperature, air movement, and precipitation.
climate The average weather conditions in an area.
atmosphere The layers of gas that surround a planet.
precipitation water that is released from clouds in the sky; includes rain, snow, sleet, hail and freezing rain.
temperature The measure of how hot or cold the air is outside.
density A measure of how many particles are packed together into a certain amount of space.
climatology The study of climate conditions averaged over a period of time.
meteorology The study of patterns of weather.
forecast A prediction about what the weather will be like in the future based on weather data.
ocean currents large-scale movement of water within the oceans in a certain direction.
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