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Weather Map Diagram (Grade 10)

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Weather Map Diagram

Use the weather map below to answer the questions.
Weather Map
1. 
About which two atmospheric conditions does the weather map provide the most information?
  1. relative humidity and weather fronts
  2. barometric pressure and weather fronts
  3. relative humidity and temperature range
  4. barometric pressure and temperature range
2. 
G is a(n)                 front.
  1. warm
  2. cold
  3. occluded
  4. stationary
3. 
E is a(n)                 front.
  1. warm
  2. cold
  3. occluded
  4. stationary
4. 
F is a(n)                 front.
  1. warm
  2. cold
  3. occluded
  4. stationary
5. 
C is located on a line call a(n)                .
  1. isobar
  2. isotherm
  3. contour line
  4. weather front
6. 
By which location is it most likely dry and sunny?
  1. A
  2. D
  3. F
  4. G
7. 
Which location is most likely experiencing the windiest conditions?
  1. B
  2. C
  3. E
  4. G
8. 
The change in pressure between which two locations is approximately 12 millibars?
  1. B and A
  2. A and G
  3. G and F
  4. E and D
9. 
Which letter represents an anticyclone?
  1. A
  2. D
  3. E
  4. G
10. 
If a smaller version of the symbol below was shown on the map, it would provide information about
Circle 1/2
  1. pressure
  2. temperature
  3. precipitation
  4. cloud cover

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