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An airmass originating over north central Canada would most likely be
a) cold and dry b) cold and moist c) warm and dry d) warm and moist
A mT airmass would most likely originate over which type of Earth surface?
a) warm and moist b) cold and moist c) cold and dry d) warm and dry
On a weather map, an airmass that is very warm and dry would be labeled
a) mT b) mP c) cT d) cP
On a weather map, an airmass that is very cold and dry would be labeled
a) mT b) mP c) cT d) cP
The characteristics of an airmass which formed over the Gulf of Mexico would probably be
a) cool and humid b) warm and dry c) cool and dry d) warm and humid
When two fronts meet, there is usually
a) nice, pleasant weather b) cold, frigid weather c) some type of precipitation and winds d) a heat wave
A high pressure system brings
a) torrential downpours b) nice, pleasant weather c) high winds d) a flood
A storm coming off the ocean, with high winds, and heavy rain could be a
a) blizzard b) earthquake c) tornado d) hurricane
Compared to a maritime tropical airmass, a maritime polar airmass has
a) lower temperature and less water vapor b) higher temperature and more water vapor c) higher temperature and less water vapor d) lower temperature and more water vapor
In which geographic region are air masses most often warm with a high moisture content?
a) North Pacific Ocean b) Central Mexico c) Central Canada d) Gulf of Mexico
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