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Weather Crossword Puzzle

Sean McCreery
Science, Extra Credit Project
The boundary between air masses of different densities, and usually different temperatures.
A group of cumulonimbus clouds that produce heavy rains and strong winds, also the strongest part of the hurricane.
An instrument used to measure wind speed.
The rotation of air around a high pressure center in the direction opposite to the Earth’s rotation.
The sound caused by the rapid expansion of air along electrical strike.
An area in the atmosphere that has lower pressure than the surrounding areas and has winds that spiral towards the center.
The ratio of the amount of water vapor in the air to the maximum amount of water vapor the air can hold at a set temperature.
The outer area of a hurricane. An area of heavy rains and strong winds.
The short term state of the atmosphere, including temperature, humidity, precipitation, wind, and visibility.
A severe storm that develops over tropical oceans, and whose strong winds are more than 120km/h and spiral in toward the intensely low pressured storm center.
A usually brief, heavy storm that consists of rain, strong winds, lightning, and thunder.
An instrument that measures and indicates temperature.
The center of a hurricane that is warm, has calm air with low pressure, and light winds.
A collection of small water droplets or ice crystals suspended in the air which forms when the air is cooled, and condensation occurs.
The change of state from a gas to a liquid.
The amount of water vapor in the air.
An electric discharge that takes place between two oppositely charged surfaces, such as between a cloud and the ground, between two grounds, or between two parts of the same cloud.
Any form of water that falls to the Earth’s surface from the clouds.
An instrument that measures atmospheric pressure.
A large body of air where temperature and moisture content are constant throughout.
A destructive rotating column of air that has very high wind speeds, is visible as a funnel shaped cloud and touches the ground.