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Water, Weather 18/19

Mrs. Ethridge's 4th Grade Water, Weather Review

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Water Cycle The path water takes from land or water bodies to the atmosphere and back again.
This is the atmospheric conditions for a short period of time, for example, the forecast for tomorrow or for next week. Weather
This is the atmospheric conditions for a long period of time, for example, Florida tends to be warm and muggy. Climate
This is the gaseous (gas) stage of water., for example, when water becomes steam. Evaporation
What is likely to cause a cumulus cloud to form? High barometric pressure because these clouds form a nice days.
This freezes as it falls to earth. Sleet
This freezes as it falls to earth, but is then swept up by winds and refrozen- sometimes several times. Hail
What sort of cloud tends to lead to stormy weather, perhaps with thunderstorms? Cumulonimbus
Sarah woke up early one summer morning and found the grass to be very wet. But it hadn't rained in three days. What happened? When the air cooled down at night, the water vapor condensed out of the air onto the grass. This water is called dew.
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