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When moisture condenses out of air and falls to the ground as rain, snow, sleet, or hail; we are experiencing what?
Precipitation
A large body of air that has the same properties as Earth’s surface, over which it develops
Air Mass
A violent, whirling wind that moves in a narrow path
Tornado
At high temperatures, air can hold _________ water  vapor as compared to air at lower temperatures
More
_______________ humidity is a measure of the amount of water vapor that air is holding compared to amount that it can hold...
Relative
Low layered gray clouds that produce drizzle are _______ clouds
Stratus
A _______ forms where cold and warm masses meet
Front
A line that connects points of equal temperature is a _____________
Isotherm
When air holds all the water vapor it possibly can, we say it’s _____________________
Saturated
The highest clouds are known as  ___________
Cirrus
If air containing moisture is cooled, the temperature at which the air is saturated and condensation forms is known as the...
Dew Point
High, white, feathery clouds usually associated with fair weather are __________ clouds
Cirrus
Violent, Whirling, and associated with thunderstorms
Tornado
Person who studies weather
Meterolgist
Boundary formed between 2 colliding air masses
Front
Large body of air with the same properties as the surface over which it develops
Air Mass
Present state of the atmosphere
Weather
Weather information collected by meteorologists at specific locations
Station Model
Temperature at which air is saturated and condensation begins
Dew Point
Severe storm that forms over tropical area
Hurricane
Great masses of air molecules pushing down from above
Air Pressure
Includes rain, snow, sleet, and hail
Precipiation
Millions of drops of water suspended in the sky
Cloud
Stratus cloud that forms near the ground
Fog
Air holding all the moisture it can at a particular temperature
Saturated
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Weather Jeopardy

  1. 1. 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Maybe I should Do the Extra Credit It’s A Cloudy Day There’s a Thunderstorm In my brain Another Sunny Day Think Positive
  2. 2. When moisture condenses out of air and falls to the ground as rain, snow, sleet, or hail; we are experiencing what?
  3. 3. Precipitation
  4. 4. A large body of air that has the same properties as Earth’s surface, over which it develops
  5. 5. Air Mass
  6. 6. A violent, whirling wind that moves in a narrow path
  7. 7. Tornado
  8. 8. At high temperatures, air can hold _________ water vapor as compared to air at lower temperatures
  9. 9. More
  10. 10. _______________ humidity is a measure of the amount of water vapor that air is holding compared to amount that it can hold at a specific temperature
  11. 11. Relative
  12. 12. Low layered gray clouds that produce drizzle are _______ clouds
  13. 13. Stratus
  14. 14. A _______ forms where cold and warm masses meet
  15. 15. Front
  16. 16. A line that connects points of equal temperature is a _____________
  17. 17. Isotherm
  18. 18. When air holds all the water vapor it possibly can, we say it’s _____________________
  19. 19. Saturated
  20. 20. The highest clouds are known as ___________
  21. 21. Cirrus
  22. 22. If air containing moisture is cooled, the temperature at which the air is saturated and condensation forms is known as the _____
  23. 23. Dew Point
  24. 24. High, white, feathery clouds usually associated with fair weather are __________ clouds
  25. 25. Cirrus
  26. 26. Violent, Whirling, and associated with thunderstorms
  27. 27. Tornado
  28. 28. Person who studies weather
  29. 29. Meterolgist
  30. 30. Boundary formed between 2 colliding air masses
  31. 31. Front
  32. 32. Large body of air with the same properties as the surface over which it develops
  33. 33. Air Mass
  34. 34. Present state of the atmosphere
  35. 35. Weather
  36. 36. Weather information collected by meteorologists at specific locations
  37. 37. Station Model
  38. 38. Temperature at which air is saturated and condensation begins
  39. 39. Dew Point
  40. 40. Severe storm that forms over tropical area
  41. 41. Hurricane
  42. 42. Great masses of air molecules pushing down from above
  43. 43. Air Pressure
  44. 44. Includes rain, snow, sleet, and hail
  45. 45. Precipiation
  46. 46. Millions of drops of water suspended in the sky
  47. 47. Cloud
  48. 48. Stratus cloud that forms near the ground
  49. 49. Fog
  50. 50. Air holding all the moisture it can at a particular temperature
  51. 51. Saturated

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