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A tool that measures when air get warmer or cooler in degrees Celsius. (temperature)

a.  Thermometer

b. Rain guage

c. Wind Sock

d.  Clock

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A tool that measures when air get warmer or cooler in degrees Celsius. (temperature)

a.  Thermometer

b. Rain guage

c. Wind Sock

d.  Clock


a.  Thermometer


A tool that measures how much precipitation falls into a cyliner tube marked in centimeters.

a. thermometer

b.  Rain Gauge

c.  Wind sock

d.  Anemometer

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A tool that measures how much precipitation falls into a cyliner tube marked in centimeters.

a. thermometer

b.  Rain Gauge

c.  Wind sock

d.  Anemometer


b.  Rain Gauge


A tool that measures wind speed by calculating how fast the cups rotate.

a.  Thermometer

b.  Rain Guage

c.  Anemometer

d.  Wind sock

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A tool that measures wind speed by calculating how fast the cups rotate.

a.  Thermometer

b.  Rain Guage

c.  Anemometer

d.  Wind sock


c.  Anemometer


A tool that measures the amount of air molecules that push on Earth's surface. (air pressure)

a.  Thermometer

b.  Barometer

c.  Rain guage

d.  Wind sock

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A tool that measures the amount of air molecules that push on Earth's surface. (air pressure)

a.  Thermometer

b.  Barometer

c.  Rain guage

d.  Wind sock


b.  Barometer

 


Tools that measures the direction in which wind is blowing.

a.  Thermometer

b.  Barometer

c.  Wind Vane or Wind Sock

d.  Anemometer

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Tools that measures the direction in which wind is blowing.

a.  Thermometer

b.  Barometer

c.  Wind Vane or Wind Sock

d.  Anemometer


c.  Wind Vane or Wind Sock


The measurement of how warm or cool the air is.

a.  Air pressure

b.  Temperature

c.  Wind direction

d.  Humidity

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The measurement of how warm or cool the air is.

a.  Air pressure

b.  Temperature

c.  Wind direction

d.  Humidity


b.  Temperature

 


A measurement of how many air particles are pushing on Earth's surface.

a.  Air Pressure

b.  Temperature

c.  Precipitation

d.  Wind direction

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A measurement of how many air particles are pushing on Earth's surface.

a.  Air Pressure

b.  Temperature

c.  Precipitation

d.  Wind direction


 a.  Air Pressure


A measurement of how far we can see based on the transparency of Earth's atmosphere.

a.  Humidity

b.  Visibility

c.  Temperature

d.  Relative Humidity

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A measurement of how far we can see based on the transparency of Earth's atmosphere.

a.  Humidity

b.  Visibility

c.  Temperature

d.  Relative Humidity


b.  Visibility


A measurement of how much water vapor is in the air.

a.  Temperature

b.  Precipitation

c.  Humidity

d.  Visibility

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A measurement of how much water vapor is in the air.

a.  Temperature

b.  Precipitation

c.  Humidity

d.  Visibility


c.  Humidity


A measurement of how much water vapor is in the air compared to how much water vapor it can hold.

a.  Relative Humidity

b.  Precipitation

c.  Tempurature

d.  Visibility

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A measurement of how much water vapor is in the air compared to how much water vapor it can hold.

a.  Relative Humidity

b.  Precipitation

c.  Tempurature

d.  Visibility


a.  Relative Humidity


When a warm air mass moves over a cold air mass.

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When a warm air mass moves over a cold air mass.


Warm Front


When a warm air mass and a cold air mass meet and do not move.
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When a warm air mass and a cold air mass meet and do not move.
Stationary Front
When a cold air mass moves over a warm air mass.
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When a cold air mass moves over a warm air mass.
Cold Front
It brings drizzly rain but followed by warm, clear weather
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It brings drizzly rain but followed by warm, clear weather
Warm Front
It brings short lived storms but followed by cold, clear weather
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It brings short lived storms but followed by cold, clear weather
Cold Front

A cold front moves through into an area that has high humidity in Florida.

a. A heavy rainstorm with cool days following.

b. Several days of light rain.

c.  Several days of severe heat.

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A cold front moves through into an area that has high humidity in Florida.

a. A heavy rainstorm with cool days following.

b. Several days of light rain.

c.  Several days of severe heat.


a. A heavy rainstorm with cool days following.


A cold front moves into an an area that has a warm air mass that has not moved.

a.  Severe thunderstorms then dry and clear

b.  Clear for several days then follwed by rain.

c.  Overcast for several days.

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A cold front moves into an an area that has a warm air mass that has not moved.

a.  Severe thunderstorms then dry and clear

b.  Clear for several days then follwed by rain.

c.  Overcast for several days.


 

 b.  Clear for several days then follwed by rain.


A low pressure system enters an area of below freezing temperatures.

a.  Clear skies and sunny days

b. snow, sleet or hail

c.  Thunderstorms

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A low pressure system enters an area of below freezing temperatures.

a.  Clear skies and sunny days

b. snow, sleet or hail

c.  Thunderstorms


b.  Snow, sleet or hail.


A high pressure systems enters an area with warm temperatures.

a.  Snow sleet or hail

b.  Thunderstorms

c.  Temperatures cool off with clear skies follwing

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A high pressure systems enters an area with warm temperatures.

a.  Snow sleet or hail

b.  Thunderstorms

c.  Temperatures cool off with clear skies follwing


c.  Temperatures cool off with clear skies following.


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What are long-distance winds that travel above global winds for thousands of kilometers from east to west?

a. Jet Streams

b.  Coriolis effect

c.  Sea breeze

d. Land breeze

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What are long-distance winds that travel above global winds for thousands of kilometers from east to west?

a. Jet Streams

b.  Coriolis effect

c.  Sea breeze

d. Land breeze


a.  Jet Streams


In what direction would winds travel if the Earth did not spin?

a.  in a curved pattern

b. in a straight line

c.  move from the north and south pole

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In what direction would winds travel if the Earth did not spin?

a.  in a curved pattern

b. in a straight line

c.  move from the north and south pole


b.  In a straight line


Because the Earth rotates, it makes winds move in a circualr pattern. What is this effect called?

a.  Ozone layer

b.  Greenhouse effect

c.  Coriolis Effect

d.  Land breeze

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Because the Earth rotates, it makes winds move in a circualr pattern. What is this effect called?

a.  Ozone layer

b.  Greenhouse effect

c.  Coriolis Effect

d.  Land breeze


c.  Coriolis Effect


The polar jet stream brings ____ air to the US and ____ air to Canada.

 

a.  Cold, Warm

b.  Cold, cold

c.  Warm, cold

d. Warm, warm

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The polar jet stream brings ____ air to the US and ____ air to Canada.

 

a.  Cold, Warm

b.  Cold, cold

c.  Warm, cold

d. Warm, warm


a.  Cold, Warm


Wind moves from high pressure to low pressure areas.

What is the main cause of these pressure differences on the Earth?

 

 

a.  Heat from the core of the Earth

b.  Pressure from the layers of the atmosphere

c.  Uneven heating of the Earth 

d.  From the spinning of the spinning of the Earth.

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Wind moves from high pressure to low pressure areas.

What is the main cause of these pressure differences on the Earth?

 

 

a.  Heat from the core of the Earth

b.  Pressure from the layers of the atmosphere

c.  Uneven heating of the Earth 

d.  From the spinning of the spinning of the Earth.


c.  Uneven heating of the Earth 


How do cold and warm ocean currents affect coastal and inland area temperatures??


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How do cold and warm ocean currents affect coastal and inland area temperatures??


Cold ocean currents cool coastal areas more than inland areas. Warm ocean currents warm coastal areas more than inland areas.





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