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Copy of Explain Any Topic

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warm front
Forces when a mass of warm air over measures the cold air.
Air mass
Forrces when a mass of cold air over measures warm air
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A vast body of air which the
perpetuate and or humididy AC each the same through out.

Front
A boundry betwee the air mases tempters were collide
cold front
Urban front
Forms when a mass of warm air advances and rises above the cold air
occulated front
When a cold front closly follows a warm front slowly overcoming it
Sea Breeze
A breeze that blows from the sea toward the land usually occursduring day time
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WEATHER
Land Breeze
A wind that blows from land to water usually occurs at night.
Valley breeze
The wind that blows up a slope from a vally
Mountain breeze
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A wind that blows down usually occurs in the night
Thermomerter
Measures temperature
barometer
Measures air pressure
wind vane
measures
wind direction
anemometer
measures wind speed
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Rain gauge
measures rainfall
Hygrometer
measures humididy
Isothermes
lines on a map that conect similer tempatures
Isobar
lines on a map that connect ares o similer barometric pressure
Rain
falls in cloud dreplets were to tiny to fall to earth
snow
falls when ice crystels form in cold clouds stay frozen there never the same
Sleet
frozen partly rain sleet forms when rain falls through very cold air
Hail
cummulonimbus produce hail as updraft cary up and down
Thunder
storm
cumulonimbus clouds cary heavy rain snow and hail and let it go
Tornado
a violant whirling wind that moves across the ground in a narrow path
Hurricane
a very large swinging storm with low pressure at the center
storm surge
a great rise of sea along the shore
cumulus
cloud
a puffy cloud that appears to rise from a flat bottom cottenball like and is different shapes
cirrus cloud
a high altitude cloud with a feather like shape made of ice crystels
stratus cloud
A cloud that forms a blanket like layer the lowest of clouds
Fog
a type of ground stratus cloud that forms at a low layer
cummulonimbus
cloud
makes thunder storms
Climate
The average weather pattern over a long period of time
Greenhouse
effect
The abilaty of theatmosphere to let in sunlight but not let the heat escape
current
a flow of air or water in a certin direction
Jet stream
in an aircurrent in the upper atmosphere that flows west to east
gulf stream
a warm ocean current in the
atlanticocean along the U.S east coast moves warm water to the north



El nino
an unusal warming of the surface in the eastern passific
La nina
an unusal cooling of the surface water in the eastern passific
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