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Weather&Climate

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Weather&Climate

  1. 1. UNIT 4 WEATHER AND CLIMATEUNIT 4 WEATHER AND CLIMATE “Look up to the sky You'll never find rainbows If you’re looking down. ” Charles Chaplin
  2. 2. Weather: refers to the state of the atmosphere in a place at a specific time ● What is the weather today? ● Is this normal weather for december? ● Do you like this weather? ● What is your favorite weather?
  3. 3. Put the weather words into the diagram below WEATHER Adjectives Temperature Verbs warm hot cold cool to blow to shine to rain to snow cloudy windy rainy sunny
  4. 4. a) It’s very ________ today, you need to wear a hat to protect your head from the sun. b) It ________ a lot in Canada in the winter. c) In Washington state, the weather is often very wet and ________. d) Be careful, the wind is ________ very hard outside. e) What a beautiful day! The sun is ________. f) If you are________put a sweater on. hotsnowscold blowingcool shining
  5. 5. Forecast
  6. 6. RAIN SUNNY SNOWHIGH WINDS LOW WINDS CLOUDY FOG
  7. 7. Good afternoon, and here is the quick weather forecast for the United States. Starting with the north. In Seattle it’s going to be a cloudy day with a temperature of around 41 degrees Fahrenheit. Unfortunately for all of you who live in Boston it’s going to be very wet. Yes, it’s going to rain all day with an average temperature of 47.. In the south the sun is going to shine all day in Miami, with a nice hot temperature of 79.
  8. 8. Temperature Temperature refers to the quantity of heat in the atmosphere. It is measured by a thermometer. It is necessary to know the maximum, minimum and average temperatures of an area to study its climate
  9. 9. Climate zones according to temperature Cold climate zone Cold climate zone Hot climate zone Temperate zone Temperate zone
  10. 10. Factors which affect temperature Temperatures vary for different reasons: ● Latitude ● Altitude ● Distance from the sea
  11. 11. Humidity It is the amount of water vapour in the air. This is produced by the evaporation of water from oceans, lakes, rivers, wetlands and plants. It is measured by a hygroscope (% of water vapour)
  12. 12. Precipitation It is the moisture from the sky (snow, rain, hail) It is measured by a rain gauge

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