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6th Grade Weather

Basic 6th Grade Science Weather

What type of clould is it? huge with flat tops, rain Cumulonimbus
What type of clould is it?feathery, made of ice cyrstals Cirrus
What type of clould is it?like a blanket covering the sky, very low Stratus
What type of clould is it?fair weather, you drew cloulds like this when you were little Cumulus
conduction, convection, or radiation?hot sand touching your feet. conduction
conduction, convection, or radiation?boiling water convection
conduction, convection, or radiation?feeling the suns rays on your face. radiation
conduction, convection, or radiation?hot coffee burning your tounge (be careful this is a hard one!) conduction
Name the instrument that measures...rain fall rain gauge
Name the instrument that measures...temperature thermometer
Name the instrument that measures...wind anemometer
Name the instrument that measures...relative humidity psychrometer
how does sleet form? when a rain drop falls through air that is 0°C or 32°F or below and freezes
how does freezing rain form? Freezing Rain happens when rain falls and immediately freezes as it hits the surface.
how does snow form? Snow begins in cloulds as water condenses into a tiny droplet. As more water vapor comes together, it grows . Then it freezes into an ice crystal
Created by: kellmh
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