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Air Pressure List

Air Pressure The weight of the air or atmosphere; a cause of weather. High pressure = good weather / low pressure = bad weather
Atmosphere The thin layer of air surrounding the Earth; consists of oxygen, nitrogen, and other gases
Climate The average condition of the weather at a place usually over a period of years; consists of temperature, wind, and precipitation
Humidity The amount of moisture in the atmosphere
Front In weather, the boundary between two air masses. (Example: cold front, warm front, and stationary front)
Weather That state of the atmosphere with respect to temperature, atmospheric pressure, wind, and moisture at a certain place and time
Wind The movement of air around the Earth; caused by the uneven heating of Earth's surface
Water Cycle The process by which water is renewed and reused on earth. (Evaporation, condensation, precipitation and accumulation/collection)
Created by: Zebras