See the end of this post for a GLOSSARY OF TERMS from BBC Bitesize + my Ppts...
Wind is caused by a difference in pressure from one area to another area on the surface of the Earth. Air naturally moves from high to low pressure, and when it does so, it is called wind. Generally, we can say that the cause of the wind is the uneven heating of the Earth's surface by the Sun. (FoxNews, From the book, "Ask a Science Teacher: 250 Answers to Questions You’ve Always Had About How Everyday Stuff Really Works)
WHY DOES IT RAIN? (MetOffice 2:46)
'Being in the UK we know a lot about rain, whether it's heavy downpours or light drizzle. But how does it form in the first place and what different types of rain are there? In this video Charlie Powell explains how rain forms and the different types we get.' (YouTube description)
A SUMMARY OF CONVECTIONAL, FRONTAL + RELIEF RAINFALL
From my ppt:
RELIEF RAINFALL (BBC 2:59)
GEOGRAPHER ONLINE (2:02)
CONVECTIONAL RAINFALL - DIAGRAM AND EXPLANATION (Geographer Online 1:17)
BBC ON CONVECTIONAL RAINFALL
STUDENT-MADE VIDEO; YOU COULD TRY CREATING VIDEOS FOR YOUR REVISION!
FRONTAL RAINFALL (Geographer Online 2:09)
GLOSSARY OF TERMS FROM BBC BITESIZE + MY PPT