Spelling/Vocabulary Apr 5 any kind of destructive or life-threatening weather event. For example, serious thunderstorms, tornadoes, high winds, hail, excessive rainfall, and lightning.
Spelling/Vocabulary Apr 5 are large, tall clouds that are dark on the bottom and usually produce rain and thunderstorms.
Spelling/Vocabulary Apr 5 the layer of gas that is held close to Earth by the force of gravity; often called air.
Spelling/Vocabulary Apr 5 a person who studies processes in the earth's atmosphere that cause weather conditions and predict weather patterns.
Spelling/Vocabulary Apr 5 process of our planet’s average temperature heating up that will make our weather more extreme and unpredictable.
Spelling/Vocabulary Mar 19 a condition or circumstance that puts one in a favorable or superior position.
Spelling/Vocabulary Mar 19 full of light, bright, radiant; exceptionally clever or talented
Spelling/Vocabulary Mar 19 worthy of or requiring trust; held accountable; having a job involving important duties and independent decision-making
Spelling/Vocabulary Mar 19 the quality of having experience, knowledge, and good judgment; intelligence