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a large region of air that has a similar temperature and humidity
a) Air Mass b) Gulf Stream c) Occluded Front d) Stationary Front
Cold front
a) A front where cold air moves in under a warm air mass. b) a climate pattern where the water in the Pacific Ocean near the equator gets hotter than usual and affects the atmosphere and c) a warm ocean current flowing N from the Gulf of Mexico, along the E coast of the U.S. d) winds that typically blow from high pressure to low pressure areas. This is the cause of most of North Carolinas weather
a climate pattern where the water in the Pacific Ocean near the equator gets hotter than usual and affects the atmosphere and weather around the world.
a) El Nino b) La Nina c) Air Mass d) Prevailing Westerlies
Front
a) A boundary between air masses with different temperatures. b) a climate pattern where the water in the Pacific Ocean near the equator gets hotter than usual and affects the atmosphere and c) A front where 2 cold fronts have overtaken a warm front. d) belt of winds around Earth moving from high pressure zones toward the low pressure at the equator. 
Typically cool and dry; it creates a more active hurricane season in the Atlantic
a) La Nina b) El Nino c) Front d) Cold front
a warm ocean current flowing N from the Gulf of Mexico, along the E coast of the U.S., to an area off the SE coast of Newfoundland, where it becomes the western terminus of the North Atlantic Current.
a) Gulf Stream b) El Nino c) La Nina d) Cold Front
A front where 2 cold fronts have overtaken a warm front.
a) Occluded Front b) Gulf Stream c) Front d) La Nina
The winds that typically blow from the high pressure to the low pressure areas. This is the cause of most of North Carolinas weather.
a) Prevailing Westerlies b) Trade Winds c) El Nino d) Air Mass
The winds that typically blow from the high pressure to the low pressure areas. This is the cause of most of North Carolinas weather.
a) Prevailing Westerlies b) Occluded Front c) Air Mass d) Cold Front
Warm Front
a) a front where warm air moves in over a cold air mass b) a large region of air that has a similar temperature and humidity c) A belt of winds around Earth moving from high pressure zones toward the low pressure at the equator.  d) The winds that typically blow from the high pressure to the low pressure areas. This is the cause of most of North Carolina's
A belt of winds around Earth moving from high pressure zones toward the low pressure at the equator. 
a) Trade Winds b) Occluded Front c) La Nina d) El Nino
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