Outdoor Adventures: Cloud Gazing by Erin Uda
This month, it seems a day doesn’t go by without a sky full of clouds and rain. I’m not sure if it’s summer where you live, but it is definitely still the rainy season here in Utah. Since we’re going to continue to have clouds for a while, I’ve chosen to make good use of all these cloudy days and focus this week’s post on cloud-gazing! Kids have amazing imaginations, seeing all sorts of things that aren’t really there (case in point – monsters in the closet). So put that imagination to good…
Convergence zone (ITCZ) does not coincide with geographical equator, it lies at meteorological equator (thermal equator): irregular imaginary line of thermal equilibrium between hemispheres (about 5 degrees north of equator); position of ITCZ & equator coincide & change w/ seasons, move farther north in n. summer & return toward equator in n. winter; the doldrums, trade winds, horse latitudes, westerlies shift north in n. summer as well
3B: Regional Climate Drivers
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