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The condition of the air and sky from day to day.

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Water that falls to the ground as rain, sleet, hail, or snow.

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The hotness or coldness of the air or some other substance.

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The average weather of a place over many years.

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Tropical cyclone

An intense wind and rain storm that forms over oceans in the tropics or low latitudes.

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An area of cold climate and low lying vegetation.

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The layer formed by the uppermost branches of the rainforest.



A park like landscape of grasslands with scattered trees that can survive dry spells.

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Desert scrub

Desert vegetation that needs little water.

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Deciduous trees

Trees that loose their leaves in the fall.

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Coniferous trees

Trees that produce cones to carry seeds.

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