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EVERY DAY WEATHER AND HOW iT WORKS

BY RiDGiD STUDiOS (JOSE LUCERO)
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Diana Reyes

on 12 January 2016

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Transcript of EVERY DAY WEATHER AND HOW iT WORKS

WHAT MAKES THE WEATHER?
RAINY, CLOUDY, SUNNY, BALMY, CLEAR, WINDY, HUMID, SNOW HAIL, GALE, HURRICANE, TYPHOON, MONSOON, SLEET, TORNADO, CONDENSATION, EVAPORATION, PRECIPITATION....
Water in all shapes and sizes
Weather maps and how to use them
When you want to know all the details about the weather conditions in some part of the country, you can ask somebody to write you an exact description in several thousand words.Or you can look at a weather map and get the whole story in a few
numbers and symbols. What's
more, the weather map will
give you the weather
information for the entire
country. Even better, after
you've learned how to read
the weather map, you can do a fair job
of forcasting some kinds of
weather a day or two in advaced.
Watching the wind
You can always recognize a weater station by its anemometer, spinning cheerily. it consists of three or four cups mounted on arms that are free to spin. when the wind blows, it skims by the outside of each cup but is caught by the hollow inside, causing the whole thing to turn. The faster the wind the faster the turning. The anemometer is a electrically conected to a dial inside the
weather station, showing the speed of the wind in
Examening the air
The weatherman finds the barometer as the most useful of all his instroments. a barometer tells you the pressure of the air-how heavily it presses. Cold air has more pressure than warm air, so an increace in pressure usually indicates the approach of weather that is cooler-and drier. It is drier because cold air
holds less air than warm air.
HEAT AND AIR IN THE WEATHER?
Everywhere in the world heat and air are at work, wheeling and whirling the air in circles of every size. Little winds drift gently from the cool shade of a tree, from a shady side of a street, from the cool water of a pond. Wind from a shaded side of a mountain sweeps down and across the sunny valley. Winds roll in from the ocean, blowing across vast continents. From the huge icy wastes of the north the cold air flow across half of the world, pushing aloft the warm air over jungles and deserts.
EVERY DAY WEATHER AND HOW iT WORKS
RiDGiD
STUDiOS
BOOK BY: HERMAN SCHNEIDER
PREZi BY: JOSE LUCERO
These are just a few of the words used to describe the weather. the weatherman knows many, many more. With such a long list to describe it, you might think that there must be a long list of things that go into making up the weather. Actually there are three:
heat
air
water
AND THAT'S ABOUT ALL!
RiDGiD
STUDiOS
Water evaporates from the earth all the time. it evaporates from damp soil, from wet clothes on washlines, from puddles, from lakes and rivers and oceans. Water vapor is constantly being formed.
miles per hour.
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