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Section 13.1 Thunderstorms
Main Idea
How
Thunderstorms
Form
Use with pages 329–330.
(continued)
Details
Summarize three conditions that must be met for a thunderstorm
to occur.
1.
2.
3.
Air-Mass
Thunderstorms
Use with page 331.
Organize information about the limits on the growth of
thunderstorms.
This
produces
more
This
produces
more
Air rises
Draw diagrams that explain
the formation of a mountain
thunderstorm and a seabreeze thunderstorm. Use
Figures 13-2 and 11-13 in
your text to help you.
Analyze Figure 13-1 in your text. Use the diagrams you drew
above to explain the reason for the placement of the red and
orange zones in Figure 13-1.
Frontal
Thunderstorms
Use with page 331.
Explain frontal thunderstorms by completing the following sentences.
The
,
movement of air in a
front can produce a
line of thunderstorms. These thunderstorms can occur at
because they do not depend on
can also be associated with
usually fairly
,
. Thunderstorms
. These thunderstorms are
.
The Nature of Storms
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