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Weather Front Diagrams (Grade 9)

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Weather Front Diagrams

Instructions: Answer the questions about each type of weather front.

1. 
Weather - Stationary Front

a) What type of weather front is shown above?


b) Circle the symbol that would be used to represent this front on a weather map.
Symbol - Warm FrontSymbol - Cold FrontSymbol - Stationary FrontSymbol - Occluded Front


c) Circle the word in each pair that makes the statements true for this front.

When this type of front forms, it is typically associated with clear/overcast skies that last for a short/long duration.



2. 
Weather - Warm Front

a) What type of weather front is shown above?


b) Circle the symbol that would be used to represent this front on a weather map.
Symbol - Warm FrontSymbol - Cold FrontSymbol - Stationary FrontSymbol - Occluded Front


c) Circle the word in each pair that makes the statements true for this front.

Before the front passes the weather is cool/warm. While the front is passing, the temperature cools/warms suddenly. After the front passes the weather is cool/warm.



3. 
Weather - Cold Front

a) What type of weather front is shown above?


b) Circle the symbol that would be used to represent this front on a weather map.
Symbol - Warm FrontSymbol - Cold FrontSymbol - Stationary FrontSymbol - Occluded Front


c) Circle the word in each pair that makes the statements true for this front.

Before the front passes the weather is cool/warm. While the front is passing, the temperature cools/warms suddenly. After the front passes the weather is cool/warm.



4. 
Weather - Occluded Front

a) What type of weather front is shown above?


b) Circle the symbol that would be used to represent this front on a weather map.
Symbol - Warm FrontSymbol - Cold FrontSymbol - Stationary FrontSymbol - Occluded Front


c) Circle the word in each pair that makes the statements true for this front.

This type of front typically forms around low/high pressure systems when a faster moving warm/cold front overtakes a warm/cold front.



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