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Weather Yo!

weather.... duh...

Ashlynne Varieur

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of Weather Yo!

WEATHER! Right now,
I'm gonna show you the water cycle!
(I know what you're thinking, OMG SO COOL!)
CHECK IT! First comes evaporation. This
is the process where the water
from lakes, streams, rivers, and
other bodies of water gets SUCKED UP
(Or evaporated) into the air by the sun's
heat. Then condensation- the
process of clouds forming. Now you're wondering: "What are clouds made of?" (I'm a mind reader!(:) Clouds are made of little ity-bitty tiy dropplets water or ice. (Now you're thinking, "Oh! Thanks for telling me, Ashlynne! You're welcome random person who's reading this!) (Now say, "No I wasn't!) Now I say, "Moving on!"
(P.S. I felt a need to say that... Next in the cycle... drumrole, please...
PRECIPITATION!!! (crowd cheers) Precipitaion is a.k.a rain, snow, sleet ice, etc. You know why? Precipitation is the process of these evaporated liquids falling out of the sky, or the clouds puking! :) Then it hits you in the face! (Just think of it, when it snows and you stick your tounge out, it's like eating little balls of PUKE!) Now last but not least, RUN-OFF!!!
This is the process- You know I've said that a lot!- where the rain or precipitation, may (for ex.) hit the tip of a mountain. It would run off the side and flow back into a lake stream or river, and start the process all over again! (Yay!) I hope you enjoyed my Prezi,
boys and girls. It toook a while but I did it!!! Thank
you for the flowers and all your support! I love you all!
(NOT REALLY!!!) Goodnight everyone!!!! By: Ashlynne Varieur Now, I'm gonna tell you about clouds.
There are many types of clouds, but
here are the main 3:
Cummulous: Big fluffy clouds that
are usually a sign of a storm coming. Stratus: Thin low clouds
that usually bring rain or
snow or fog. And Cirrus: High, thin, and
usually bring fair weather. They
are also very whispy-like. And then there's weater patterns.
Weather patterns are basicly- weather,
like temperature, wind precipitation, clouds,
and air pressure. Well, most people know that during spring,
it's normaly cool, sometimes warm, snd rainy. Then, during Summer, it's warm and sunny,
with a few showers and thunderstorms here
and there. In Fall, it begins to cool down again, and slowly all the warmth begins to fade. Then, in Winter, it gets relly cold, or here in NC,
semi-cold. And up there in the north, it snows-
a lot. These examples of the weather durning
the seasons is a pattern-ish. Every year it happens
again and again and again. And again. And now, once again, more weather!
We are gonna talk about sea breezes, and
Mountains! Mountains have basicly 2 sides:
The windward side, where all the snow from
the mountains go, and the leeward side,
the side that gets nothing. No snow- at all.
And sea breezes- this is where the wind at
the beaches, during the day, goes to the sand,
oppisite of the ocean. And a landbreeze goes
towards the ocean, and occurs and night.
(I sound sophisticated!)
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