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Amazing Winter Weather Water Cycle Fun
Mister C
Friday, March 2, 2018

Learn about the amazing process of the water cycle on, in, and above the Earth.

Amazing Winter Weather Water Cycle Fun

Video: Water Cycle song with Illustrations

One of the best things about winter is the Winter Olympics!  Long hills of snow, lightning fast tracks of ice, tall half-pipe tunnels and glass-smooth rinks of ice!  All of these amazing events can only happen in winter weather and only because of the water cycle. The water cycle is the existence and movement of water on, in, and above the Earth.

Water from the Earth’s surface evaporates into the air, the water in the air condensates, and then once that water in the air gets too heavy enough, it falls as precipitation back to the Earth’s surface to repeat the cycle all over again.  Looking to learn more about this amazing process and the winter weather it creates? Check out Mister C’s Water Cycle song to learn even more.

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