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Weather

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Harvey Buckle

on 5 March 2018

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Transcript of Weather

Aim
To know how to predict and interpret the weather
To complete our display work
Starter
Impossible!
Now
Turn to page 224
Weather or not?
5th March 2018
Rain, snow, hail and sleet
Using page 224, in your groups, write down what causes rain, snow, hail and sleet.
You can do it!
TRY!
Who?
Aviation industry;
The shipping and sea fishing industries and sailing organisations and offshore companies;
The armed forces;
Government services, e.g. for advice on climate change policy;
farmers;
Meteorologists
Meteorologists predict the weather and study the causes of particular weather conditions using information obtained from the land, sea and upper atmosphere.

They use computers and maths to make short and long-range forecasts concerning weather and climate patterns. A variety of organisations use meteorological forecasts.
Now
Question 1 p.225
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