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Water that crystallizes in the clouds and falls to the earth is called
a) Sleet b) Hail c) Snow d) Frost
This cycle describes how water is reused over and over
a) Convection Cell b) Clouds c) Water Cycle d) Bicycle
Large frozen pellets of ice falling from the atmosphere are called
a) Sleet b) Frost c) Hail d) Snow
Clouds that are likely to produce rain are called:
a) Cumulus b) Stratus c) Cirrus d) Nimbus
These clouds are wispy and curly
a) Cumulus b) Stratus c) Cirrus d) Nimbus
These clouds form in sheets or layers
a) Cumulus b) Stratus c) Cirrus d) Nimbus
Big puffy clouds are called:
a) Cumulus b) Stratus c) Cirrus d) Nimbus
When a cloud is made from water vapor it is called
a) Evaporation b) Precipitation c) Transpiration d) Condensation
Water that is leaving the atmosphere is:
a) Evaporation b) Precipitation c) Transpiration d) Condensation
Water vapor enters the atmosphere through:
a) Evaporation b) Precipitation c) Transpiration d) Condensation
A long period without precipitation is called a:
a) Snow b) Rain c) Drizzle d) Drought
Tiny drops of water too small to be called rain:
a) Drizzle b) Drought c) Sleet d) Hail
All snowflakes:
a) Have 8 sides b) Have 6 sides c) Have different number of sides d) Are the same
Extra Credit: Only about this percent of all clouds produces precipitation:
a) 10% b) 20% c) 30% d) 40%
Extra Credit: This is sometimes used to try to produce rain.
a) Cloud seeding b) Cloud seasoning c) Cloud counting d) Cloud corespondance
Fog is a cloud that touches the ground
a) True b) False c) d)
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