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In an experiment, one cup contains 80 mL of water and the other 30 mL of water. Both are placed on the windowsill to observe evaporation. The amount of water in the cup is the _________ variable in this experiment?
This causes the water cycle to continually occur.
The Sun’s Energy
True or False: Water evaporates quicker when it is colder?
Water vapor is?
Water at a gas state
Weather is the study of?
Moisture, heat, and air movement
The center of our solar system is
Outer planet made mostly of gases, starting with the letter N?
The planet that is one closer to the sun than earth?
The planet that is one further away from the sun than earth?
What is it called when the Earth and Moon spin on their axis?
The source of energy for the water cycle? This is the same energy that causes the wind to blow.
Rain, snow, sleet or hail that falls to the ground is?
This picture is an example of?
What process occurs when you boil water?
What is evaporation?
The disappearance of water into the atmosphere as a gas.
If you wake up to see snow on the ground but by the time you went outside it was gone, what would you conclude changed?
Your school needs to plan for indoor or outdoor recess, what resource would they check to help them determine.
Forecast for today
The temperature has to be below (degree) for it to snow?
Wind Chill is determined by?
Air temperature and wind speed
Weather that is related to low air pressure is?
As you empty a jug of water the jug is crushed, why?
Air pressure is greater outside the jug
Heated air moving from the floor vent to the ceiling is an example of
Cloudy weather occurs when?
Warm air rises while carrying water from the ground during a period of low air pressure.
The process by which water vapor changes to liquid water, usually on a surface?
What is fog made up of?
Liquid water droplets