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5th Grade Fronts

the change of phase from liquid water into a gas evaporation
thin, wispy clouds that form high in the sky and indicate a change in the weather cirrus clouds
an area where a warm air mass and a cold air mass meet, but neither front has enough energy to push against the other stationary front
the area where two air masses meet front
fluffy, white clouds that are a sign of fair weather cumulus clouds
an area where a cold air mass moves under a warm air mass and causes it to rise cold front
an area where a warm air mass moves up and over a cold air mass and slowly replaces the cold air warm front
the change of a substance from a gas to a liquid condensation
flat, horizontal clouds that form in layers and tend to block out sunlight stratus clouds
an area where a warm air mass is caught between two cold masses occluded front
Created by: allison.teague