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Weather Test Grade4

Weather Test 4th Grade Science

evaporation the process in which water turns to gas
humidity amount of water vapor in the air
anemometer an instrument that measures wind speed
air pressure pressure caused by air pressing on the Earth's surface
atmosphere layers of air surrounding Earth
barometer an instrument to measure air pressure
climate the average temperature/rainfall of an area over many years
precipitation water that falls to Earth as rain, snow, sleet, or hail
troposphere the layer of atmosphere in which we live
front the border where two air masses meet
condensation when water vapor changes from gas to liquid
stratosphere the layer of the atmosphere that contains most of our oxygen
Beaufort Wind Scale the scale to measure wind speed
meteorology the study of weather
water cycle constant recycling of water
Created by: seespotrun