||A. The pressure that is created by the weight of the air.
|B. A strong storm with a lot of wind.
||C.Something that starts bigger and is made smaller and tighter, in this case ending in the formation of precipitation.
||D. The process of transferring heat by the large movement of particles that have been heated, into a cooler fluid area.
||E. A hurricane that involves winds 111-130 mph.
A hurricane that involves winds that are 131-155 mph.
||G. A relatively calm, clear area at the center of a hurricane.
||H. A severe tropical storm, accompanied by thunderstorms.
||I. A tool used to measure atmospheric pressure.
||J. A violent cyclone or hurricane.
||K. A whirlwind that can be extremely destructive and violent.
||L. A mass of swirling water that draws everything near it.
||M. A warm current that flows from the Gulf of Mexico along the north coast of the U.S.
||N. An area in with heavy winds and rain in tropical areas.
||O. Winds blowing toward the equator.
||P. Strong gales of wind that create sudden tidal waves.