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What is the main cause of winds?
a) Moon's gravity b) uneven heating of Earth's surface c) trees d) clouds
A cool breeze is blowing from the seashore/coastline towards the sea at night. This is called a
a) sea breeze b) land breeze c) Kelstin breeze d) Easterly
A cool breeze is blowing from the ocean towards the land during the day. This is called a
a) sea breeze b) land breeze c) Kelstin breeze d) Easterly
The bigger the difference in temperature between two areas is...
a) the stronger the wind will be. b) the weaker the wind will be. c) the colder the clouds will be d) the warmer the rain will be
Air moves from _______ pressure to _______ pressure.
a) low; high b) left; right c) right; left d) high; low
An area of high pressure on a weather map will most likely be associated with
a) rain b) sleet c) dry weather conditions; clear skies d) cloudy skies
It is a cloudy day and the barometric pressure continues to drop. It will most likely
a) not rain b) rain c) get hotter d) cause flooding and tornadoes.
Warm air
a) is less dense and rises b) is less dense and sinks c) is more dense and rises d) is more dense and sinks
Cold air
a) is less dense and rises b) is less dense and sinks c) is more dense and rises d) is more dense and sinks
It is 4 A.M. in Claxton Georgia. Based on what you know about the heating of Earth's surface, would Claxton be warmer or colder than Hilton Head Island?
a) colder b) warmer c) the same temperature d)
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