Water in the form of a gas.
The process in which a liquid turns to a gas.
The process in which the leaves of plants release water vapor into the air.
The process in which a gas turns into a liquid
Any form of water that falls from the atmosphere to the earth's surface.
Water that soaks into the ground
Water that flows downhill across the earth's surface.
The process in which hot air rises and cold air sinks
A continuous loop of moving air or liquid that transfers energy.
A cloud that forms near the ground.
Thin, whispy clouds at high altitudes that are made of ice crystals and indicate pleasant weather that may change to rain.
Clouds that form in layers and cover large parts of the sky, sometimes bringing rain.
Puffy, white clouds with flat bottoms that form in rising currents of warm air and generally mean fair weather.
Big, gray clouds that bring heavy rain or thunderstorms and may extend through the troposphere.
An english businessman who studied clouds as a hobby and gave us the latin names for the clouds
Falling drops of liquid water
Rain that freezes as it falls
Small flakes and pelets of ice that form into complex shapes as they fall.
Round chunks of ice that form inside cumulonimbus clouds
The amount of water vapor in the air at any given time
The temperature at which the air becomes saturated and can't hold any more water.
Specific Heat Capacity
The amout of heat needed to increase the temperature of one gram of a material by one degree
A moving stream of water in the ocean