4 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- a case study of an extreme depression
- forms when cold air moves under warm air which is less dense and pushes air up (produces thunderstorms, heavy rain or snow)
- a mass of rising warm air that may bring rain or snow.
- a weather system that affects the British Isles characterised by warm air meeting cold air at the Polar front
4 True/False questions
Mature depression → a clear depression with falling pressures and 2 clear bands of precipitation
Trough on Rossby wave → is the location where depressions form
Cumulonimbus clouds → a mass of rising warm air that may bring rain or snow.
Cirrus, cumulus, nimbostratus clouds → are found on the warm front