Atmospheric Moisture & Precipitation
While it's true that the atmosphere isn't the best storer of water, it IS considered an essential gateway for transporting water around the globe. Because of this, there's always water in the air--at microscopic levels of course! The most widely recognized example of atmospheric water is a cloud, but as you'll soon learn, there are countless other ways in which the presence of water can be detected.
- Clouds (11)
- Floods (20)
- Precipitation (3)
Condensation & Evaporation
What are condensation and evaporation, and how do they shape our weather?
In the summer, it can seem as if there's no rhyme or reason as to which locations get rain and which are passed over, but behavior has to do with
Understanding Frosts and Freezes
Find out how frost forms, and learn of its economic dangers.