ESS2.D: Weather and Climate ¥ Weather and climate are influenced by interactions involving sunlight, the ocean, the atmosphere, ice, landforms, and living things. These interactions vary with latitude, altitude, and local and regional geography, all of which can affect oceanic and atmospheric flow patterns. (MS-ESS2-6)
Climate Zone worksheets and determine which climate zones are located in which latitudes of the Earth. Lastly, the students will be encouraged to use their knowledge from Lessons 2 and 3 to explain how the Sun and the Earth’s position might contribute to the creation
The Weather Easy online exercise to focus on the weather and the different symbols we can use to represent it. 1. Multiple choice activity + extra question. 2. Crossword by using the pictures as clues.
August 2020 Climate and Weather Page 5 . Technical Reference Figure 3 – Typical Building Profile for Energy and Temperature . While energy may increase at higher and lower temperatures, there is a large amount of base load.
Forecasting Weather MAP Worksheet #1 Figures 1—4 are weather maps for a 24-hour period. The maps show the position of pressure systems and fronts in the United States every 12 hours, beginning at 12:00 A.M. on Thursday. Examine the maps and think about what is occurring. Then answer the following questions. 1.
Instruments to Measure Weather. Weather is the instantaneous or current state of the atmosphere and is measurable in terms of tempera-ture, atmospheric pressure, humidity, wind Weather parameters are measured with different instruments. Atmospheric temperature is measured with a thermometer.
Weather changes from day to day or from hour to hour. 3 Climate is the average weather in a place over a long time. Weather data is recorded for a number of years. Climate is the average weather that has been recorded. Earth has many different climate zones. Tropical climate zones lie on either side of the equator. Polar