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Meteorology
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On weather charts you cannot find
A blue line with triangles symbolizes
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lows.
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a cold front.
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greats.
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a warm front.
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highs.
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an occluded front.
Isobars connect areas of
An atmospheric pressure of 980 hPa occurs in
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low air pressure.
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a low pressure area.
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high air pressure.
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a medium pressure area.
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equal air pressure.
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a high pressure area.
The standard air pressure is
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1013 hPa.
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the air rises.
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2013 hPa.
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the air remains still.
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3013 hPa.
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the air falls.
The temperature can be measured in
In a low pressure area
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Kelvin.
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there is no precipitation.
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°Celsius.
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clouds are forming.
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°Fahrenheit.
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there is clear sky.
20 % humidity means the weather is
dry.
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cumulus.
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cold.
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stratocumulus.
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warm.
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cumulonimbus.
A cloud looking like a piece of cotton wool
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rain.
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is called cumulus.
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thunder.
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is called stratocumulus.
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lightning.
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is called cumulonimbus.
You can measure temperature using a
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A cloud indicating thunderstorms is called 
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No form of precipitation is
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In a high pressure area
Clouds form because of
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temperaturemeter.
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evaporation and condensation.
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thermometer.
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freezing and melting.
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barometer.
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evaporation and melting.
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