Adiabatic Temp. Changes• This is about when air is allowed to cool, expand, and when compressed it begins to warm• The rate of adiabatic rate of heating and cooling is basically unsaturated air that is called dry adiabatic rate• The rate of the adiabatic cooling in a saturated is called wet adiabatic rate and it is slower than the dry adiabatic rate
Frontal Wedging• It is the boundary that is between crashing masses of warm and cold air• Frontal wedging is a posses that which cold dense air is acts like a wall or barrier over warmer air is less dense
Fog• Fog has no difference from a cloud the only difference is that it is lower than the others• The way these clouds become this way is because of radiation
Cold Cloud Precipitation• The Bergeron process relies on two physical processes called supercooling and supersaturating• In this process the water becomes to freeze at the 0 degrees Celsius and then starts to crystallize
Rain and Snow• This is rain drops of water that fall from clouds and is created by precipitation and the snow is made the same way but the temperature outside is the freezing point of water and it then turns into snow
Sleet Glaze Hail• Sleet of clear small ice that is formed when air temperatures are above freezing• Glaze is also know as freezing rain and it is formed when the temperature is below 0 degrees Celsius• Hail is small pellets of rain that grow by collecting supercooled water droplets as they fall through a cloud
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