Relative to lower temperatures, high temperatures require ________ (more / the same amount / less) moisture to fully saturate the air

Fill in the blank. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question. (1 point each)

26) Relative to lower temperatures, high temperatures require ________ (more / the same amount / less) moisture to fully saturate the air.

27) Mixing ratio, relative humidity, and dew-point temperature are all ways of measuring the amount of ________ in the air.

28) The image shows several bright colored hot air balloons ascending.

Examine the photo. These balloons are rising because the ________ air inside the balloon is less dense than the surrounding air.

29) ________ occurs when warm air is forced up and over a mass of cooler air.

30) ________ is a cloud with its base at or very near the ground.

31) Updrafts in cumulonimbus clouds may loft small particles of ice through the cloud, coating them and producing ________.

32) ________ is the result of horizontal differences in air pressure.

33) For a low-pressure center to be maintained or strengthened, the surface convergence must be balanced by ________ aloft.

34) In the Northern Hemisphere, the Coriolis effect shifts objects to the ________ of their straight-line paths.

35) Chinook and Santa Ana winds are warm, dry winds created when air descends the leeward side of a mountain and ________ by compression.

36) Polar easterlies may dominate Alaska’s prevailing winds, and NE trade winds may dominate in Hawaii, but ________ dominate the prevailing winds of the “lower 48” (contiguous) United States.

37) ___________ is a situation where dense cold air actively advances into a region occupied by warmer air.

38) _________ is a situation where warmer air actively advances into a region occupied by dense cold air.

39) _________ is a scale for ranking how powerful a tornado is.

40) _________ is a scale for ranking how powerful a hurricane is.

#26-40 Vocabulary (extra words and/or phrases are included, not all will be used)

cold front

warm front

occluded front

left

right

warms

cools

southerlies

westerlies

Mohs Scale

enhanced Fujita intensity scale

Saffir-Simpson scale

less

more

same

water vapor

hot (warm)

rain

freezing rain

fog

cyclone

hail

sleet

wind

divergence

convergence

frontal sparking

frontal wedging

reverse wedging

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