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the water cycle by bri wheelock

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Brianna Wheelock

on 21 April 2010

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the water cycle by brianna wheelock evaporation-is when liquid water turns intowater vapor. condensation-is when water vapor turns back to liquid drops of water and forms clouds precipitation-is rain ,sleet,snow,and hail falling from the sky. the run off-is when water gets put back in the ocean weather patterns temperature-a measure of warmth or coldness an object or substance has with reference to some standerd value wind direction and speed-wind is warm air chassing cold air creating wind speed cloud cover-can mean anything depending on the cloud.it could mean good weather or bad air presure-is caused by the atmosphere pressing down on the earth cirrus clouds-these are thin and wispy clouds stratus clouds-are clouds that form in layers.fog is a stratus cloud. clouds cumulus clouds-fluffy white clouds that look like cotton balls.these clouds produce thunderstorms these clouds have a relationship to weather because they have to do with the water cycle and give our land water. global atmospheric movment pattern affects local weather because it creates hurricanes and prevaling winds mountains-on one side of a mountain it is a desert becuase it gets very little rain sea breezes-the land is warmer than ocean land breezes-ocean is warmer than land water bodies-are colder than land and they create hurricanes and tropical storms
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