Chapter 5, Lesson 5 – Predicting the Weather

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Chapter 5, Lesson 5 – Predicting the Weather. On each slide, formulate the answer in your head, and then click the button to see if you are correct. Answer?. Meteorologist. 1. What do you call a scientist who specializes in the study of Earth’s atmosphere and weather?. Answer?.

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### Chapter 5, Lesson 5 – Predicting the Weather

On each slide, formulate the answer in your head, and then click the button to see if you are correct.

Meteorologist

### 1. What do you call a scientist who specializes in the study of Earth’s atmosphere and weather?

From west to east

B. Global winds

C. Jet stream

D. Front winds

### 3. Which of the following are high altitude winds caused by temperature differences between air masses?

The air pressure, which is the same all along the length of the isobar line.

### 5. What weather word means to make your best guess paying close attention to variables such as wind speed and air pressure?

Forecast

A. It is always sunny on Fridays.

C. This is the rainiest week in history.

B. The wind blew west all week.

D. Mondays are warmer than Thursdays.

### 6. A student collected this weather data from the local newspaper. What conclusion can she draw from this data?

The wind blew west all week.

A. temperature

B. month

C. charts

D. latitude