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Arthur - 7.1 Vocab

7.1 Vocab

TermDefinition
1.) weather the atmospheric conditions, along with short-term changes, of a certainplace at a certain time
air pressure the pressure that a column of air exerts on the air, or surface, below it
reative humidity the amount of water vapor present in the air compared to the maximum amount of water vapor the air could contain at that temperature
hummidity amount of water vapor in the air
dew point the temperature at which air is fully aturated because of decreasing temperatures while holding the amount of moisture constant
precipitaion water, in luquid or solid form, that falls from the atmosphere
water cycle the series of natural processes in which water continually moves amoung oceans, land, and the atmosphere
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Created by: arthutar2682