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Weather refers to the state of the atmosphere__________.
a) over a long period of time b) over a short period of time c) at a specific temperature d) at a specific time and place
What causes wind
a) weather patterns b) low pressure zones c) high pressure zones d) air moving from high to low pressure areas
Does warm air or cool air hold more humidity?
a) cool air because air molecules in cool air move fast b) warm air because air molecules in warm air move slowly c) cool air because air molecules in cool air move slowly d) warm air because air molecules in warm air move fast
____ is the measure of amounts of moisture in the air compared to the amount needed for saturation at a certain temperature.
a) relative humidity b) humidity c) saturation d) dew point
When the temperature reaches its _________ , snow, rain,or hail is likely to form.
a) humidity b) relative humidity c) saturation d) dew point
Stratus clouds form __________.
a) layers or sheets b) puffy masses c) thin and feathery d) large clumps
A middle level cloud that is puffy with a flat base is a ______________ cloud
a) altostratus b) altocumulus c) cirrostratus d) cirrocumulus
A thin feathery cloud made of ice crystals is a ______________ cloud
a) stratus b) cumulus c) cirrus d) nimbus
Low level clouds have the prefix ________.
a) Cirro b) Alto c) strato d) Nimbo
High level clouds have the prefix ________.
a) Cirro b) Alto c) Strato d) Nimbo
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