Weather
Water Cycle
Clouds
Water
Types of weather
100

The condition of the atmosphere at any one place and time

Weather

100

Change of state from a liquid to a gas

Evaporation

100

These clouds have a flat bottom and puffy top. They mean fair weather but can develop into cumulonimbus clouds.

Cumulus clouds 

100

Which places hold the most freshwater?

Glaciers and icebergs

100

Strong storms that have thunder and lightning

Thunderstorms

200

The layer of gasses that surround Earth.

Atmosphere

200

Change of state from a gas to a liquid

Condensation

200

These clouds are thin and feathery, they are a sign that weather is about to change

Cirrus clouds

200
Most of earth’s water is

Saltwater

200

Snowstorm with strong winds and very low temperature 

Blizzards

300

A measurement of how hot or cold something is

Temperature

300

Rain, hail, sleet and snow are all forms of

Precipitation

300

These clouds are thin blankets, they mean light rain or snow is coming. 

Stratus clouds 

300

The three forms of water are

Solid, liquid and gas

300

Tropical storm with winds of 74 miles per hour or more. They form over warm ocean water and can blow trees over.

Hurricane

400

A gas that most living things need to survive

Oxygen

400

Water is stored in rivers, lakes streams.

Collection 

400

About ____ of Earth is covered with water

3/4

400

Tall spinning column of very strong winds.

Tornado

500

Name a weather tool and what it is used for

Thermometer, rain gauge, wind vane, wind meter

500

The way liquid water moves back and forth between Earth’s surface and the air

The Water Cycle

500

Most of Earth’s water is 

Salt water

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