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Weather Terms

by: Joshua Stadick
Across
The boundary where warm air and cool air meet
Used to measure temperature
The amount of water vapor in the air
Dry, cold winds blowing west from either pole
The state of the atmosphere at a place and time as regards heat, dryness, sunshine, wind, and rain
Winds taking up the area between 65 and 45 latitude north that blow to the east
When a cold front takes over a warm front and causes any type of weather
Used to measure relative humidity
Winds that blow steadily west towards the equator
When cold air moves under stationary or slow moving warm air and causes cool, dry weather
Down
When two air masses, neither strong enough to overtake each other, stay in one place and cause rain and fog
The average weather of an area
Narrow bands of high altitude wind
Falling products of condensation coming from the atmosphere
The effect if something was moving from the southern hemisphere in a straight line north, it would not be going in a straight line
Used to see what direction wind is blowing
A strip on the equator where there are no winds at all
When warm air moves over cool air and brings warm, humid weather
Used to measure atmospheric pressure
Used to measure wind speed