Type
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rain
cooler
air
temperature
cold air mass
warm air mass
occluded front
stationary front
weather
warm front
cold front
dense

Meteorology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The temperature in which a gas condenses into a liquid. Dew Point
A large body of air where the temperature and moisture are constant throughout. Air Mass
This air mass develops over water and brings warm humid weather to the united states. Maritime Tropical
A short term state of the atmosphere. Weather
The average weather conditions in an area over a long period of time. Climate
This is an air mass that generally brings cool, dry weather to the united states. Continental Polar
This is an air mass that brings very cool and wet weather to the untited states. Maritime Polar
A boundry between air masses of different densities and usually different temperatures. Front
This type of front forms when warm air moves over cold air. Warm Front
This type of front forms when a warm air mass is cought between two colder air masses. Occluded Front
This is an air mass that brings very dry and hot weather to the united states. Continental Tropical
This type of front forms when a cold air mass meets a warm air mass and little to no movement occurs. Stationary Front
A desructive, rotating column of air that touches the ground. Tornado
This type of front forms when cold air moves under warm air. Cold Front
A severe storm that develops over a tropical ocean. Hurricane

Atmosphere and Climate Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Air mass
Air pressure
Carbon dioxide
Cirrus
Climate
Climate change
Cold front
Density
Exosphere
Global warming
Greenhouse effect
Greenhouse gas
Heat
High pressure
Hurricane
Low pressure
Mesopshere
Occluded Front
Ozone
Stationary front
Stratosphere
Stratus
Thermosphere
warm front
Wet tropical climate

Science Weather Unit Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

These clouds develop vertically in the shape of mountain and resembles pieces of cotton. They are often referred to as "fair-weather clouds". Cumulus
This cloud is a thunderstorm cloud and can produce rain, snow, hail and lightning Cumulonimbus
Large ocean wave caused by an underwater earthquake or a volcanic explosion Tsunami
Only forms over really warm ocean water of 80°F or warmer Hurricane
Can form anywhere in the world, but they mostly end up forming in flat or dry terrains Tornado
This cloud may have a fibrous (hair-like) and/or silky sheen appearance. Cirrus
Generally a gray cloud layer with a base, if thick enough, produce drizzle or ice prisms Stratus
The continuous rain cloud Nimbus
When a thundercloud has many small bits of ice bump into each other and they move around it creates this Lightning
When electricity passes through the air and causes particles to vibrate. The vibrations are heard as sound. Thunder
Instrument that measures the atmospheric pressure, weather and altitude. Barometer
An instrument indicating temperature Thermometer
Instrument used for measuring the speed of wind Anemometer
Two air masses where one is cool and the other warm, are moving so that the warmer air replaces the cooler air Warm Front
Two air masses, one cold and one warm, moving so the colder air replaces the warmer air Cold Front
The combination of a cold front and warm front when they catch up and cold overtakes a warm front Occluded Front

Air masses word search

Type
Word Search
Description

occluded front
stationary front
tropical
polar
continental
maritime
warm front
cold front
front
air masses

Climate and Weather Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

sunny
storm
wind
clouds
atmosphere
sleet
snow
hail
rain
precipitation
evaporation
condensation
front
air mass
anemometer
rain gauge
temperature
thermometer
barometer
weather
climate
Tropical
Polar
Temperate

Weather/Climate Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The way the water gets pulled by the moon's position Tides
The amount of water in the air Humidity
The lines that connect air pressure zones Isobars
When a cold front catches up with a warm front Occluded Front
Used to measure temperature Thermometer
Usually is sunny, but is humid High Pressure
When the Earth points in a certain way towards away or towards the sun Season
The visible air pollution in urban areas Smog
Used to measure solar radiation Pyranometer
Used to measure Humidity in the air Psychrometer
Used to measure the air pressure in the area Barometer
The way people measure the scale of a hurricane Saffir-Sampson Scale
Used to measure the air speed in the area Anemometer
Used to measure the scale of earthquakes Richter Scale
The approaching weather in your area Forecast
Very rainy and not very humid, usually colder Low Pressure
High wind speeds capable of taking down houses and flipping cars Hurricane
Scale used to measure the scale of tornadoes Fujita Scale
The temperature that dew begins to form Dewpoint
A hurricane in the Indian Ocean Tropical Cyclone

Weather and seasons Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Air mass with high preassure Highpressure
Air mass with less poressure lowpressure
a boundary between two air masses Weatherfrount
Big tropical storm, dangerous hurricane
large body ofwater with convection currents Oceancurrent
Hot hoes up,cold goes down Convectioncurrents
Movement of air wind
Cold air mass pushing warm arir mass coldfront
Warm air moving top replace cold air warm front
Between two air masses Stationary front
When cold air over takes warm air leaving it between two cold masses occluded front
when something is lined vertically tilt
the imaganary line that goes through the center of a planet axis
When an object moves around another revolve
when an object spins on its axis rotate
the change in tempiture because of a planets axis seasons
north half of the equator northern himisphere
south half below the equtaor south himisphere
A path in an oval shape eliliptical
When North america has summer summersolstice
when north america has winter winter solstice
Fall or atum Atumnal equinox
Spring time vernal equinox

Weather Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Type of cloud described as being thin and wispy. Cirrus
Clouds with a flat base that are often very puffy. Cumulus
Flat, horizontal clouds that often appear in layers occurring low in the atmosphere. Stratus
Cloud that produces precipitation. Nimbus
Atmospheric layer that contains the ozone. Stratosphere
An enormous wave produced by tectonic activity. Tsunami
Tool used to measure atmospheric pressure. Barometer
A tool used to measure temperature. Thermometer
Noise that occurs due to the expansion of rapidly heated air. Thunder
A violent storm that occurs when warm, moist air and cool, dry air meet and create a funnel. Tornado
Layer in the atmosphere that burns up meteors and asteroids. Mesosphere
Area surrounding the Earth that contains five layers. Atmosphere
A strong storm that usually consists of high winds, a cyclone, and lots of rain. Hurricane
Layer in the atmosphere where weather occurs. Troposphere
Visible masses of condensed water vapor suspended in the air. Clouds
Transition zone where a warm air mass replaces a cold air mass. Warm Front
Transition zone where a cold air mass replaces a warm air mass. Cold Front
A tool used to measure wind speed. Anemometer
A bright flash of electricity produced by a thunderstorm. Lightning
The combination of two fronts that form when a cold front catches up with and overtakes a warm front. Occluded Front

Weather & Climate Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

air mass
climate zone
clouds
condensation
cyclone
dew point
elevation
fog
glacial periods
global warming
greenhouse effect
humidity
hurricanes
latitude
lightning
occluded front
precipation
relative humidity
seasons
shadow effects
storm fronts
surface currents
thunder storms
topography
tornadoes
typhoon
vapor pressure
water cycle
weather

Atmosphere and Global Climate Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

conduction
radiation
altitude
ozone
Convection
Troposphere
Thermosphere
Sratosphere
Mesosphere
ozone layer
Exosphere
Layers
Atmosphere
Subarctic Climate
Wet Tropical Climate
Tropical and Dry Climate
Marine West Coast Climate
Humid Subtropical Climate
Global Warming
Greenhouse Effect
Stationary Front
Occluded Front
Warm Front
Cold front
Air Mass