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4 th Grade Science SOL 4.6 Weather. Created By, Jennifer Sagendorf Suffolk Public Schools. Weather Jeopardy. The Water Cycle. Tools of the Trade. Air Masses & Fronts. Clouds. Take Your Best Shot. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300.

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4 th grade science sol 4 6 weather

4th Grade ScienceSOL 4.6 Weather

Created By, Jennifer Sagendorf

Suffolk Public Schools

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Weather Jeopardy

The Water Cycle

Tools of the Trade

Air Masses & Fronts

Clouds

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One of these is NOT a form of precipitation:

Rain

Sleet

Snow

Fog

Freezing Rain

Hail

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As more and more tiny droplets of liquid form in a cloud, they combine and get heavier causing this
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This is when a cold air mass pushes out a warm air mass, often bringing thunderstorms, or heavy rains, followed by sunshine and cool weather
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Starting over the Atlantic Ocean near the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, these are the largest and most powerful of storms