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Weather Crossword

Across
The closest star to the Earth (93 million miles).
The loud noise that follows lightning during a thunder storm.
A long period of no rainfall in a region.
The season of the year marking the transition from Autumn to Spring.
A major snowstorm with strong winds of 35 miles per hour or more
The gaseous fluid surrounding a planet.
The mixture of gases that forms the atmosphere of the Earth.
Condensed moisture that falls to the earth as rain, sleet, snow, frost, or dew.
The refraction (bending) of sunlight passing through raindrops or fog sometimes causes a beautiful arc of colors to appear in the sky for a brief period.
Sea waves caused by earthquakes, submerged volcanic eruptions, or other under-sea disturbances.
Pellets of ice and snow created within clouds, that then fall to Earth.
liquid precipitation in the form of water droplets.
A mixture of falling rain and snow, or rain and ice pellets.
Down
Little drops of water hanging in the atmosphere.
When clouds become too heavy with humidity, water falls from them.
A tornado is a dark funnel-shaped cloud made up of violently rotating winds that can reach speeds of up to 300 m.p.h.
Major storms with strong winds ranging from 40 m.p.h. to 150 m.p.h. Violent storms occurring in the region of the Atlantic Ocean are known as hurricanes.
The solid phase of water.
The change of water vapor to liquid.
The amount of water vapor in the air.
Occurring about 6 to 9 miles above the ground, the jet stream is a belt of very strong winds.
Flashes of electrical discharges moving through the atmosphere during thunderstorms.
A temperature scale in which the melting of ice is at 32 degrees.
The season of the year marking the transition from winter to summer.
The season of the year marking the transition from spring to autumn.