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Weather Fronts (Grade 6)

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Weather Fronts

A rainstorm happens when a warm front and cold front meet.
  1. True
  2. False
Fair weather and warm temperatures is a typical weather pattern when an occluded front moves into place.
  1. True
  2. False
A warm front is defined as the transition zone where a cold air mass is replacing a warm air mass.
  1. True
  2. False
A stationary front often brings fog and precipitation.
  1. True
  2. False
What type of front forms when an active cold front overtakes a warm front, producing a complex weather pattern?
  1. warm front
  2. cold front
  3. occluded front
  4. stationary front
A warm front often brings
  1. cirrus clouds.
  2. fair conditions.
  3. cool weather.
  4. steady rain.
A front formed when a cold air mass moves into territory occupied by a warm air mass is called a(n)               .
  1. cold front
  2. warm front
  3. lukewarm front
  4. occluded front
A Y-shaped front formed when a fast-moving cold front overtakes a slower moving warm front is called a(n)                .
  1. lukewarm front
  2. occluded front
  3. stationary front
  4. squall line
A warm air mass meets a cold air mass and no movement occurs.
  1. occluded front
  2. stationary front
  3. cold front
  4. warm front
Produced by cumulonimbus clouds when a cold front meets a warm front.
  1. water sprout
  2. typhoon
  3. thunderstorm
  4. hurricane
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