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7.1 HW: Skinner

is the atmospheric conditions along with short-term changes of a certain place at a certain time weather
the pressure that a column of air exerts on the air or surface below air pressure
the amount of water vapor present in the air relative humidity
the temperature at which air is fully saturated because of decreasing temperature while holding the amount of moist constant dew point
is water in liquid or solid form that falls from the atmosphere precipitation
is the series of natural process in which water continually moves along oceans land and the atmosphere water cycle
air pressure is measured with an instrument known as barometer
another word for air pressure barometric pressure
hot air goes up
cool air goes down
wind mostly blows east
meteorologists measure wind speed using a anemometer
what is dew dew is a sticky substances
how much can relative humidity hold 50 percent
what is the freezing point in Celsius 0 degrees
what is the freezing point in Fahrenheit 32 degrees
what is the boiling point in Fahrenheit 100 degrees
what is air pressure typically measured in millibars
sleet is made from of cloud droplets that feeze
what is hali made of cloud droplets and ice crystals that freeze
what is rain from from cloud droplets that come from the sky
when does a land breeze come in during the night
when does a sea breeze come in during the day
what is a westerlies a steady wind that flows from west to east between latitudes 30N and 60N.
what is a jet stream near the top of the troposphere is a narrow band of high winds
what are trade winds are steady winds that flow from east to west
Created by: skinnkee2708