1. 2. About 30°latitude, air stops moving and sinks; calm areas with little to no winds
  2. 4. Winds curve this way in the Northern Hemisphere
  3. 8. A person who studies weather
  4. 10. The forward edge of an advancing mass of warm air that rises over and replaces a retreating mass of colder air
  5. 12. A weather instrument that is used to measure air pressure
  6. 14. Forms over land
  7. 17. Forms over water
  8. 21. Forms near the equator
  9. 22. When a warm front is trapped between two cold fronts
  10. 24. Forms by the poles
  11. 25. Form from equator to 30° N and 30° S
  12. 27. When the breeze flows in from the sea to the land
  13. 28. A low pressure system rotates ______
  14. 29. Represented by a large red “L” on a weather map
  15. 30. Blow between the poles and 60° latitude in both hemispheres; these winds blow east to west
  1. 1. The influence of Earth’s rotation on objects that move over Earth
  2. 3. Represented by a large blue “H” on a weather map
  3. 5. Used to measure the temperature
  4. 6. A large body of air with similar temperatures, humidity, and air pressure
  5. 7. An air mass that forms over the water near the poles
  6. 9. Winds curve this way in the Southern Hemisphere
  7. 11. Winds that blow between 30° and 60° latitude in both hemispheres; they flow from west to east
  8. 13. Where air masses will meet but DO NOT mix
  9. 15. The forward edge of an advancing mass of cold air that pushes under a mass of warm air
  10. 16. A front that stops moving or is moving very slowly
  11. 18. A high pressure system rotates _______
  12. 19. When the breeze flows in from the land to the sea
  13. 20. A narrow, variable band of very strong, predominantly westerly air current circling the globe several miles above the Earth
  14. 23. A radar tracking system using the Doppler effect to determine the location and velocity of a storm, clouds, and precipitation
  15. 26. Form near the equator where the Sun warms the planet the most; little to no wind blows here