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How are air masses described?
a) Air masses are described by its temperature and moisture. b) Air masses are described by its location and altitude. c) Air masses are described by its size and clouds. d) Air masses are described by its temperature and location.
How does air move in high and low pressure systems?
a) Cool, dry air masses create low pressure systems. b) Warm, moist air masses create high pressure systems. c) Cold, moist air masses create a low pressure system. d) Cool, dry air masses create high pressure system Warm, moist air masses create low pressure systems
High pressure systems are associated with what type of weather?
a) Associated with cloudy, warm, wet weather b) Associated with cool, wet weather c) Associated with clear, cool, dry weather d) Associated with cloudy, warm, dry weather
What best describes a cold front?
a) A cold front is the boundary between an advancing cold air mass and a retreating wedge of a cool air b) Clouds form and precipitation occurs in front of the cold front c) A cold front is the boundary between an advancing cold air mass and a warm air mass d) Clouds form and precipitation occurs on both sides of the warm front
What type of pressure system are associated with occluded fronts?
a) An occluded front is the boundary between a cold and a cool air mass overlain by a warm air mass b) Forms when a warm air mass lifts a warm air mass off the ground as it runs into the back of a cool a c) Forms when a cool air mass lifts a cool air mass off the ground d) Forms when a hot air mass lifts a warm air mass off the ground
How do storms develop?
a) A storm is a major disturbance in the atmosphere. b) Thunderstorms develop in cirrus clouds. c) Hail storms form in stratus clouds. d) Hurricanes develop in the polar regions.
How are thunderstorms related to tornadoes and hurricanes?
a) Thunderstorms and hurricanes develop over water. b) Thunderstorms and tornadoes are both formed by warm fronts. c) Thunderstorms and hurricanes are both formed in high pressure systems. d) Thunderstorms and hurricanes are both formed in low pressure systems.
What are the factors that affect climate?
a) Climate type depends on temperature and moisture conditions. b) Climate is determined by the type of clouds over a given amount of time. c) Climate type depend on wind speed and cloud cover. d) Climate type depends on the type of fronts that go through an area.
What factors affect temperature?
a) Latitude, elevation, and moisture levels affect temperature. b) Elevation has little affect on temperature of an area. c) Latitude has little affect on temperature of an area. d) The amount of precipitation affects temperature.
What is the Coriolis Force?
a) The Coriolis force is formed by the salt water. b) The Coriolis force is formed by the rotation of the earth. c) The Coriolis force is formed by high pressure systems. d) The Coriolis force is formed by tornados.
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