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Climate. What is climate?. Alludes to the condition of the environment at a specific time and place. The one thing that you can converse with anyone about In the event that you don't care for the climate simply stick around it will change in Texas What are a percentage of the elements that influence the weather?.

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´╗┐Climate

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What is climate? Alludes to the condition of the environment at a specific time and place. The one thing that you can converse with anyone about If you don't care for the climate simply stick around it will change in Texas What are a portion of the elements that influence the weather?

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Air Temperature is the measure of the normal measure of movement in particles.

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Wind a characteristic development of demeanor of any speed; particularly : the world's air or the gas encompassing a planet in regular movement on a level plane

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Humidity The measure of water vapor exhibit noticeable all around Relative Humidity - is a measure of the measure of water vapor introduce noticeable all around contrasted with the sum required for immersion at a particular temperature

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Clouds Masses of little water beads or modest ice gems that buoy noticeable all around. Three principle sorts are cirrus, cumulus, and stratus. Different mists are a blend of these three principle sorts.

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Cloud Formation

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Cirrus Cirro-signifies "twisted" or "fluffy" Form most astounding in the sky; are comprised of ice precious stones; and show up as twists, tufts, or wisps. Normally flag the finish of clear climate.

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Cumulus Cumulo-signifies "loaded" or "heaped" Cottony mists with level, typically dim bases, and puffy, brilliant tops. Generally flag great climate, however in the event that environment is temperamental, can incorporate with towering mists that create showers and electrical storms.

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Stratus Strato-signifies "layer-like" or "sheet-like." Low-lying, dull-shaded mists that frame in layers or sheets. Typically bring sprinkling precipitation or light-falling snow.

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Alto A prefix signifying "center scope of mists " and used to portray mists that lie from 6,500-18,500 ft. (1,980-5,640m).

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Nimbus A rain cloud

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Other Cloud Types Cirrocumulus Cirrostratus Stratocumulus Cumulonimbus

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More Cloud Types Altostratus Altocumulus Nimbostratus

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Precipitation Water that tumbles from the mists Air temperature decides the type of precipitation that falls 4 fundamental sorts of Precipitation: Rain, Sleet, Snow and Hail

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Types of Precipitation Rain Sleet Snow Hail

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Air Masses An expansive collection of air that has properties like the piece of the Earth's surface over which it creates.

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Air Mass Map

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Fronts A limit between two air masses of various thickness, dampness, or temperature.

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Cold Front

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Warm Front

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Occluded Front

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Stationary Front

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Severe Weather Thunderstorms Lightning Tornadoes

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More Severe Weather Hurricanes Blizzards

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Severe Weather Safety Watches-conditions are ideal Warnings-conditions as of now exist Examples-Tornadoes, Flooding, Thunderstorms, Blizzards, Winter Mixes and Hurricanes

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Lightning

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Tornado Alley

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Fujiti Scale

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Weather Map

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Hurricane

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Hurricane Scale

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Hurricane Charley

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NWS Two wellsprings of determining climate Data gathered from upper environment Data gathered on the Earth's surface

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Weather Station Model

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Isobars-interface purposes of the "same" Examples: temperature and wind speed The further away the lines the lower the wind speed

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