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All About Air

Miss Bursell

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1.A front is the leading edge of an _______ _________.
3.Scientists use __________ and satellites to track tornadoes and hurricanes.
5.A hurricane often will last for _________.
9.The weather at the center of a hurricane is ___________.
11.The earth and animals are often affected by ________ ___________.
12.Rain and snow are forms of _______________.
14.Air that has water in it is called ________.
15.Clouds that form a thick layer.
16.___________ air holds more water vapor.
17.A tornado forms over __________.
20.Cirrus clouds are made of ____ ____________.
21.A storm that often forms when two fronts collide.
22.A tornado can have a ________ __________ up to 300 miles per hour.
24.Rain that mixes with carbon dioxide forms ________________.
25.Humidity is effected by the _______________ cycle.
27.Clouds will form over the area where a cold front and a warm front _________.
28.On a weather map, _________ fronts are shown by half circles.
29.Different types of ______________ include air, water, and ground.
31.To qualify as a hurricane, the storm must have winds over __________ mph.
33.Triangle represent __________ fronts on a weather map.
34.The center of a hurricane is called the ________.
36.Masses of water particles floating together are called ____________.
37.A hurricane forms over ____________.
2.We are told by God to be good __________ of the resources that He has given us.
3.Stratus clouds often produce ________.
4.The amount of water vapor in the air compared to how much could be in the air
6.The high clouds, located 20-40 thousand feet high are called __________.
7.Particulates can be found in the air after a _____________ has erupted.
8.When air reaches the ____________ level it cannot hold any more water.
10.Cars give off carbon _____________ in the exhaust.
13.The midwest area of the United States where more tornadoes occur is known as _____________________.
18.Turning off the lights when you leave a room can help reduce the use of _______________.
19.The temperature at which water vapor condenses into a liquid is the _______________.
23.Places near bodies of water have more humidity than areas such as ____________.
26.____________ clouds are puffy and billowy.
30.One way to reduce pollution is to ____________.
32.People have tried filters and ___________ smokestacks to reduce pollution problems.
35.Water molecules surround ____________ to form clouds.

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