The happenings of the atmosphere at a given time and place.
The cycle in which Earth's water moves through the atmosphere.
The process in which liquid water turns into a gas.
The gas created when water evaporates.
proces in which water vapor changes back into a liquid.
Any form of water that falls to the earth from clouds, in the form of rain, sleet, snow or hail.
A closed, clear container for raising and observing plants and animals.
Taking something in, such as, water into the ground.
Water that flows from soil or rain and melted snow into a body of water.
The process in which plants give off water through their stomata.
A puffy, fair weather cloud with a flat bottom and "heaped up" top.
A gray, flat, layered cloud that usually brings precipitation.
A wispy cloud made of ice crystals.
A type of cumulus cloud that is tall and gray, and associated with thunderstorms.
A storm with thunder, lightening, heavy rain, and sometimes hail that is formed from cumulonimbus clouds.
A violent whirling wind with a funnel shaped cloud.
I violent storm that forms over warm ocean water and his winds of 74+ mph.
A driving storm or wind and snow with very cold temperatures.
An instrument used to measure temperature.
An instrument used to measure the amount of precipitation that falls.
An instrument used to measure air pressure.
An instrument used to measure wind speed.
An instrument used to measure the amount of humidity or water vapor in the air.
The force or weight that air put on objects.
A mass of rising warm air that usually bring wet, stormy weather.
A mass of sinking cool air that usually bring fair weather.
Wind that forms in a small area due to temperature changes.
A global wind that blows constantly from the same direction.
The average of all weather conditions in a particular place over time.
The climate of a very small area or habitat.
The study of the earth's atmosphere, including weather and climate.
A prediction of the weather conditions for a given area at a given time.
The amount of water vapor in the air.
Water trapped underground that suplies springs and wells.