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Weather Vocabulary

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Across
This effect is the result of changes in the motion of objects due to the rotation of the Earth
Lowest layer of the atmosphere. Most of Earth’s air is found here and weather happens here.
The layers of air surrounding the Earth.
thin wispy clouds found at high elevations
Water that falls from the sky in any form.
Measures air pressure
The exchange of incoming and outgoing radiation that warms the Earth
The ozone layer is found here.
the production and discharge of something, especially gas or radiation.
Is the temperature at which air is saturated
Measures air pressure
the draining away of water (or substances carried in it) from the surface of an area of land
Energy that is natural and easily renewable
Weather phenomena that stems from cumulonimbus clouds and produces thunder, lightning and usually heavy rains and sometimes hail.
A long-term change in the earth's weather data
the production and discharge of something, especially gas or radiation.
Down
Water leaves plants as vapor.
A long-term change in the earth's weather data
precipitation that infiltrates the subsurface and continues downward through the soil until it reaches rock material that is saturated
When water is changed from gas to liquid.
There isn’t much air found in this layer.
An area of low pressure into which air rushes, creating powerful winds that spiral around a central eye. The winds blow at least 120 km/h (75mph).
When liquid water changes from a liquid to a gas (water vapor).
In weather, the force of the air pushing down on Earth's surface in Millibars (mb)
Is the condition of Earth’s atmosphere at a given time in a given place
Changes in the motion of objects due to the rotation of the Earth; objects in the North Hemisphere deflecting to the right and in the Southern Hemisphere deflected to the left.
high pressure transformed the partially decomposed plant and animal matter into fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas
A sublayer of the Stratosphere that protects the earth from harmful solar radiation.
A line indicating the same temperature at any given point on a weather map
A federal agency that sets and enforces rules and standards that protect the environment and control pollution
A boundary that divides air of different densities/temperatures (ie Warm, Cold, Occluded, Stationary)
A body of air that is the same throughout
Blanket like clouds with fuzzy edges and associated with warm fronts
A boundary that divides air of different densities/temperatures (ie Warm, Cold, Occluded, Stationary)