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  • Rising warm air creates (high/low) pressure at the ground.Cold air is (more/less) dense than warm air.Wind always blows from _____ pressure to _____ pressure. The ________ ________ is due to Earths rotation and causes moving objects n the Northern Hemisphere to curve to the right.Why do High and Low pressure systems rotate?Where does the Earth get its energy to make weather?In what layer of the atmosphere do you find all of the weather?What gas makes up the majority of our atmosphere?How does the Sun send us energy (radiation, conduction, or convection)?Low pressure systems rotate (clockwise, counterclockwise).

  • 1.Low

  • Rising warm air creates (high/low) pressure at the ground.Cold air is (more/less) dense than warm air.Wind always blows from _____ pressure to _____ pressure. The ________ ________ is due to Earths rotation and causes moving objects n the Northern Hemisphere to curve to the right.Why do High and Low pressure systems rotate?Where does the Earth get its energy to make weather?In what layer of the atmosphere do you find all of the weather?What gas makes up the majority of our atmosphere?How does the Sun send us energy (radiation, conduction, or convection)?Low pressure systems rotate (clockwise, counterclockwise).

  • 2. More

  • Rising warm air creates (high/low) pressure at the ground.Cold air is (more/less) dense than warm air.Wind always blows from _____ pressure to _____ pressure. The ________ ________ is due to Earths rotation and causes moving objects n the Northern Hemisphere to curve to the right.Why do High and Low pressure systems rotate?Where does the Earth get its energy to make weather?In what layer of the atmosphere do you find all of the weather?What gas makes up the majority of our atmosphere?How does the Sun send us energy (radiation, conduction, or convection)?Low pressure systems rotate (clockwise, counterclockwise).

  • 3. High/Low

  • Rising warm air creates (high/low) pressure at the ground.Cold air is (more/less) dense than warm air.Wind always blows from _____ pressure to _____ pressure. The ________ ________ is due to Earths rotation and causes moving objects n the Northern Hemisphere to curve to the right.Why do High and Low pressure systems rotate?Where does the Earth get its energy to make weather?In what layer of the atmosphere do you find all of the weather?What gas makes up the majority of our atmosphere?How does the Sun send us energy (radiation, conduction, or convection)?Low pressure systems rotate (clockwise, counterclockwise).

  • 4. Coriolis Effect

  • Rising warm air creates (high/low) pressure at the ground.Cold air is (more/less) dense than warm air.Wind always blows from _____ pressure to _____ pressure. The ________ ________ is due to Earths rotation and causes moving objects n the Northern Hemisphere to curve to the right.Why do High and Low pressure systems rotate?Where does the Earth get its energy to make weather?In what layer of the atmosphere do you find all of the weather?What gas makes up the majority of our atmosphere?How does the Sun send us energy (radiation, conduction, or convection)?Low pressure systems rotate (clockwise, counterclockwise).

  • 5. Earth Rotation / Coriolis Effect

  • Rising warm air creates (high/low) pressure at the ground.Cold air is (more/less) dense than warm air.Wind always blows from _____ pressure to _____ pressure. The ________ ________ is due to Earths rotation and causes moving objects n the Northern Hemisphere to curve to the right.Why do High and Low pressure systems rotate?Where does the Earth get its energy to make weather?In what layer of the atmosphere do you find all of the weather?What gas makes up the majority of our atmosphere?How does the Sun send us energy (radiation, conduction, or convection)?Low pressure systems rotate (clockwise, counterclockwise).

  • 6. The Sun

  • Rising warm air creates (high/low) pressure at the ground.Cold air is (more/less) dense than warm air.Wind always blows from _____ pressure to _____ pressure. The ________ ________ is due to Earths rotation and causes moving objects n the Northern Hemisphere to curve to the right.Why do High and Low pressure systems rotate?Where does the Earth get its energy to make weather?In what layer of the atmosphere do you find all of the weather?What gas makes up the majority of our atmosphere?How does the Sun send us energy (radiation, conduction, or convection)?Low pressure systems rotate (clockwise, counterclockwise).

  • 7. Troposphere

  • Rising warm air creates (high/low) pressure at the ground.Cold air is (more/less) dense than warm air.Wind always blows from _____ pressure to _____ pressure. The ________ ________ is due to Earths rotation and causes moving objects n the Northern Hemisphere to curve to the right.Why do High and Low pressure systems rotate?Where does the Earth get its energy to make weather?In what layer of the atmosphere do you find all of the weather?What gas makes up the majority of our atmosphere?How does the Sun send us energy (radiation, conduction, or convection)?Low pressure systems rotate (clockwise, counterclockwise).

  • 8. Nitrogen

  • Rising warm air creates (high/low) pressure at the ground.Cold air is (more/less) dense than warm air.Wind always blows from _____ pressure to _____ pressure. The ________ ________ is due to Earths rotation and causes moving objects n the Northern Hemisphere to curve to the right.Why do High and Low pressure systems rotate?Where does the Earth get its energy to make weather?In what layer of the atmosphere do you find all of the weather?What gas makes up the majority of our atmosphere?How does the Sun send us energy (radiation, conduction, or convection)?Low pressure systems rotate (clockwise, counterclockwise).

  • 9. Radiation

  • Rising warm air creates (high/low) pressure at the ground.Cold air is (more/less) dense than warm air.Wind always blows from _____ pressure to _____ pressure. The ________ ________ is due to Earths rotation and causes moving objects n the Northern Hemisphere to curve to the right.Why do High and Low pressure systems rotate?Where does the Earth get its energy to make weather?In what layer of the atmosphere do you find all of the weather?What gas makes up the majority of our atmosphere?How does the Sun send us energy (radiation, conduction, or convection)?Low pressure systems rotate (clockwise, counterclockwise).

  • 10. Counterclockwise