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4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6
4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6
4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6
4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6
4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6
4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6
4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6
4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6
4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6
4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6
4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6
4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6
4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6
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4th Grade Strand 6 Concept 3 Po 6

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  • 1. WEATHER
  • 2. Arizona State Standards
    • Grade 4
      • Strand 6
        • Concept 3
          • PO 6
  • 3. What is weather?
    • Weather consists of day to day conditions of a particular place
    • These conditions might include sun, rain, hail, snow, etc.
  • 4. What is climate?
    • The climate is the common, average weather conditions at a particular place over a long period of time (for example, more than 30 years). We learn about different climates around the world. Deserts have a hot and dry climate while the Antarctic has a very cold and dry climate.
    • -econet.org
  • 5. Who predicts weather?
    • METEOROLOGISTS
    • They are scientists who study the atmosphere in order to make predictions about future weather and climate trends.
  • 6. Weather Forecasters
    • Weather forecasters are people who predict the state of the atmosphere for a future time and location.
    • We usually see these people
    • on the news predicting the
    • weather.
  • 7. What do weather maps look like?
  • 8. Where can you look to find the weather forecast?
    • Television (news)
    • Internet (weather channel)
    • Newspaper
  • 9. Weather in Arizona…
    • Arizona has 3 main regions:
    • 1. Desert
    • 2. Mountain
    • 3. Plateau
  • 10. The Plateau Region
    • The Plateau Region- The summers are hot and dry and the winter are usually cold.
  • 11. The Mountain Region
    • The Mountain Region- is usually cooler and receives more precipitation than other parts of the state.
  • 12. The Desert Region
    • The Desert Region- is the hottest and driest part and we just experienced that this summer when it was 110 degrees out.
  • 13. Let’s compare….January
    • Phoenix, AZ
Average high temperature: 66 
Average low temperature: 41
    • New York City, NY 
Average High - 39°F 
Average Low - 26°F

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