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Weather - Introduction & Temperature

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  • 1. Weather Introduction to Weather
  • 2. What is weather? ~ Turn and Talk about what you think weather is. ~ SHARE what you came up with as a class
  • 3. What is weather? - NOTES Weather is the condition of the atmosphere at a certain time and place.
  • 4. How do scientists know what the weather will be like tomorrow? ~ Turn and Talk about what you think weather is. ~ SHARE what you came up with as a class
  • 5. How do scientists know what the weather will be like tomorrow? NOTES ~ Scientists use all different types of tools to measure the conditions of the atmosphere. ~ Tools like a rain gauge, wind vane, Anemometer, Thermometer, and a Barometer.
  • 6. Who are meteorologists? ~ Turn and Talk about what you think weather is. ~ SHARE what you came up with as a class
  • 7. Who are meteorologists? - NOTES ~ A meteorologist is a scientist who studies the weather.
  • 8. What are the elements of weather? - NOTES 1. Air Temperature 2. Air Pressure 3. Humidity 4. Precipitation 5. Clouds and Fog 6. Wind You must have all 6 to make weather.
  • 9. What is temperature? - NOTES You learned in our last unit that… ~ temperature is the measure of how warm something is. ~When we talk about temperature as a weather condition, it means how warm the air is. ~Meteorologists use thermometers to measure temperature

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