The air inside a cloud can be very different from the air outside the cloud, not only because of the presence of cloud droplets and increased water vapor, but also in terms of density and temperature. In this Activity, students learn what types of clouds form when a cold front moves into an area of warm air.


Type Book ChapterPub Date 9/20/2011Stock # PB298X4_16a

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