The process begins when the sun starts to heats up the surface which creates warm air. The warm, less heavy air rises and converges with the cold less heavy air above. This process is known as wind shears. Wind shears are when two
This storm quickly took over the area and showed people how unprepared for the storm they were. Actual temperature was -7 degrees Fahrenheit with wind shield factors of -50 to -60 degrees Fahrenheit. Visibility during the storm went to zero during the storm. This further complicated people trying to get back home or to pick someone up.
Evaporation- when water evaporates in the form of water vapor by the heat of the
So the warm moist air creates clouds of rain and thunderstorm. Adding to that winds with different speed going in different directions assisting in expanding these great clouds of rain and thunderstorm. With
Surface temperature differences in turn cause pressure differences. A hot surface heats the air above it and the air expands, lowering the air pressure and its density. The resulting horizontal pressure gradient accelerates the air from high to low pressure, creating wind, and Earth's rotation then causes curvature of the flow via the Coriolis effect. The simple systems thus formed can then display emergent behaviour to produce more complex systems and thus other weather phenomena. Large scale examples include the Hadley cell while a smaller scale example would be coastal breezes.
Condensation As the evaporated water vapor gets colder rising into the atmosphere, it changes back into different levels of liquid clouds of different types.
To begin with, a strong and heavy storm was on its way to a small town of Mapleton, Iowa. The town had several practices before, which allowed everyone to be safe during that night. The wind rate was 136 to 165 mph during that time. The sky was turning colors, hail started to beat down, and the wind picked up.
A low body temperature is called hypothermia.When being wet and cold the body loses heat about 25 times faster in water than in air. “People can even develop hypothermia at temperatures above freezing if it's raining”(Can a person freeze to death?).Normal core body temperature is 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, and mild hypothermia sets in at about 95 degrees F.At 91 degrees F, you can experience amnesia,and at 82 degrees you can lose
Weather is created by the movement of air masses of different temperature and moisture content moving around the Earth’s atmosphere and interacting with each other.
As you already know, the air has to be 32° Fahrenheit at most in order for to snow, but did you know that it could actually be too cold to snow? There has to be moisture in the air in order for it to snow, so anything below 15° Fahrenheit can be too for there to be moisture in the air, making it too cold to snow. To continue, the ground has to be a certain temperature for the snow to stick to it. Unlike the air, the ground takes in more heat from the Sun, making them two completely different temperatures. The ground has to be 32° Fahrenheit at most. If it is any warmer, the snow will not stick, it will melt. There are several conditions for the bitterly cold snow to fall and stick to the
11. The air temperature during the night cools to the dew point in a deep layer, producing fog. Before the fog formed, the air temperature cooled each hour about 2 C. After the fog, the air temperature cooled by only 0.5 C each hour. Give two reasons why the air cooled more slowly after the fog formed? During the night the air is cooled more slowly because the fog traps the infrared energy that is emitted from the earth and secondly, latent heat is released as fog is formed.pg 124
This method of cooling techniques is theoretically able to reduce temperatures from 50 to 27 degrees Celsius. The bidding committee also proposes to use such cooling technologies in fan-zones, training pitches and walkways between metro stations and stadiums.