- Explain cyclonic and anticyclonic weather conditions and show how they bring about weather changes.
- What are cold fronts and warm fronts? How do they move, and what weather conditions do they produce?
- Explain the following weather phenomena: chinook winds, trade winds, belt of calms, typhoons, hurricanes, squall line, tornados, and blizzards.
- Explain the action of a registering thermometer, registering barograph, hygrometer, and an anemometer.
- Correctly read a daily weather map as published by the Weather Service, explaining the symbols and telling how predictions are made.
- What is meant by relative humidity and dewpoint?
- Draw a cross section of the atmosphere, showing its five layers and describe them.
- Keep a weather chart for three weeks. Include the following:
- Rainfall (Secure this either from your own home‑made device or from official records.)
- Barometer reading
- Cloud formations
- Wind direction and speed
- Temperature (high and low)
- Moisture (dew, fog, rain, frost, or snow)
- Weather forecasts and comparison to reality.
- Discuss the effect of sin on weather.
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