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New York City Board of Education IAUP

IAUP 601 and 606

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What days are high pressure, and what days are low pressure?

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IAUP 601 and 606

UDL Lesson format Introduction

What are the Standards?  

Standard 1 for Living Environment

Cloud Formation

Making a Cloud in a Bottle

Cloud Presentation


Earth Science



Cloud Formation is the process by which water vapor rises into the air and, at the appropriate high atmosphere, forms into clouds.  This is a property of temperature and air pressure.

What is air pressure?

Air pressure is the difference between dry and moist air.  Warm, moist air has low pressure, which means that the molecules of air are far enough apart to allow in a lot of water vapor.  High pressure air, which is typically cold and dry, is heavy, dense, and contains little to no room for vapor.