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Q: The formation of frost on a cold windowpane is an example of which of the following? A. sublimation B. condensation C. deposition D. transpiration
A: The formation of frost on a cold windowpane is an example of C. deposition.
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User: The formation of frost on a cold windowpane is an example of which of the following? A. sublimation B. condensation C. deposition D. transpiration

Weegy: The formation of frost on a cold windowpane is an example of C. deposition.
OxTornado007|Points 5968|

User: When the temperature of air rises, the amount of water needed for saturation A. increases. B. decreases. C. stays the same. D. increases until it reaches a certain temperature, then drops

Weegy: A. increases. When the temperature of air rises, the amount of water needed for saturation increases.
andrewpallarca|Points 15820|

User: Relative humidity of a sealed flask of air can be changed by changing the air’s temperature or by A. shining light on the flask. B. adding or removing water vapor. C. bringing the flask to a different latitude. D. adding or removing particles of soil

Weegy: B. adding or removing water vapor.
rathipearl|Points 207|

User: Which process produces rising air due to unequal heating of Earth’s surface? A. frontal wedging B. orographic lifting C. convergence D. localized convective lifting

Weegy: B. localized convective lifting
mxs|Points 710|

User: Which process produces rising air when mountains push the air upward? A. orographic lifting B. localized convective lifting C. frontal wedging D. convergence

Weegy: B. localized convective lifting
mxs|Points 710|

User: When is air most likely to rise? A. when it is unstable B. when it is cooling C. when it is dry D. when it is stable

Weegy: When it is cooling
arthur2647|Points 71|

User: The change of air temperature with height is the A. dry adiabatic rate. B. environmental lapse rate. C. wet adiabatic rate. D. thermal rate

Weegy: The change of air temperature with height is the B. environmental lapse rate.
jher000|Points 7720|

User: Which of the following clouds has the highest base? A. stratocumulus B. cirrocumulus C. altocumulus D. nimbostratus

Weegy: b
LinleyLuu|Points 51|

User: Fog is a cloud that has A. a small vertical extent. B. no ability to produce rain. C. particles made of ice crystals. D. its base at or near the ground

User: (5 POINTSWhat does the Bergeron process explain? A. formation of clouds B. movement of air masses at fronts C. growth of ice crystals in clouds from supercooled water D. change of water from the solid state directly to the gaseous state

Weegy: Bergeron process explain C. growth of ice crystals in clouds from supercooled water
asero1010|Points 4076|

User: When a layer of air with temperatures above freezing sits above a layer of subfreezing air near the ground, which type of precipitation is likely to form? A. rain B. snow C. sleet D. hail

Weegy: When a layer of air with temperatures above freezing sits above a layer of subfreezing air near the ground, C) SLEET is likely to form.
jher000|Points 7720|

User: The precipitation that forms in a cumulonimbus cloud when small ice pellets fall through it and grow by collecting supercooled water is A. rain. B. snow. C. sleet. D. hail.

Weegy: The answer is D.) hail.
wedekind|Points 1488|

User: The pressure differences that make wind happen are caused A. by a sudden drop in humidity. B. when water vapor in the air rises then falls. C. by accumulations of clouds in different areas. D. by the unequal heating of Earth’s surface

Weegy: D. By the unequal heating of Earth's surface
AwesomeGuy200|Points 1177|

User: Pressure decreases from the outer isobars toward the center in A. cyclones. B. anticyclones. C. polar fronts. D. jet streams

Weegy: In cyclones, the pressure decreases from the outer isobars toward the center.
jher000|Points 7720|

User: On a weather map, what do isobars placed close together indicate? A. a steep pressure gradient and high winds B. a steep pressure gradient and weak winds C. a weak pressure gradient and high winds D. no pressure gradient and therefore no wind

Weegy: A. a steep pressure gradient and high winds
coolcatrina|Points 443|

User: In the Northern Hemisphere, pressure gradients and the Coriolis effect applied to low-pressure centers produce winds that blow A. outward and clockwise. B. inward and clockwise. C. outward and counterclockwise. D. inward and counterclockwise

Weegy: D. inward and counterclockwise
patrick_hustla|Points 890|

User: The effect of friction on the net flow of air around cyclones is that it causes air to flow A. inward in the Northern Hemisphere. B. outward in the Southern Hemisphere. C. inward in either hemisphere. D. outward in either hemisphere

Weegy: It depends on what hemisphere it where located, with counterclockwise wind flow in the Northern Hemisphere and clockwise wind flow in the Southern Hemisphere.
kirkus92|Points 0|

User: The net inward movement of air in a surface low-pressure system that causes the air mass to shrink is called A. surface convergence. B. surface divergence. C. horizontal convergence. D. horizontal divergence

Weegy: C. horizontal convergence.
taben29|Points 777|

User: (5 POINTS0 What is an instrument commonly used to measure wind speed? A. aneroid barometer B. mercury barometer C. wind vane D. anemometer

Weegy: An instrument commonly used to measure wind speed is: D. anemometer.
debnjerry|Points 38897|

User: How often does an El Niño event occur? A. about every other year B. every 10 years C. about every 2 to 3 years D. about every 3 to 7 years

User: The effect of friction on the net flow of air around cyclones is that it causes air to flow A. inward in the Northern Hemisphere. B. outward in the Southern Hemisphere. C. inward in either hemisphere. D. outward in either hemisphere

Weegy: It depends on what hemisphere it where located, with counterclockwise wind flow in the Northern Hemisphere and clockwise wind flow in the Southern Hemisphere.
kirkus92|Points 0|

User: How often does an El Niño event occur

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