Air Masses, Fronts, and Storms Test v1
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by Saundra Eugene
| 31 Questions
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Weather
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Continental
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Winter Storm
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High Pressure
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Polar
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Air Mass
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Front
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Meteorologist
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Maritime
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Thunderstorm
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Storm Surge
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Tropical
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Hurricane is a large, swirling, low pressure system that forms over the warm Atlantic Ocean. Tornadoes is a funnel that meets Earth's surface & forms from thunderstorms.
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A thunderstorm's updraft can tilt the rotating column upward into the thunderstorm creating a funnel cloud. If the funnel meets Earth's surface, it is called a tornado.
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have a plan to leave, create a disaster kit (water, food, batteries, flashlights, first aid kit), garbage bags, medications, valuable documents, fill tank of gas in car
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70 degrees
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Oklahoma City
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High Pressure, Sunny, Temp High 73 degrees & Low 53 degrees
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cold
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