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Storms Quiz Review. Why do tornadoes form?. Water and air mix Hot moist air rises over tropical waters Warm moist air collides with cold dry air Lightning makes them happen. Oops sorry, try again. Woohoo ! That’s right. Hurricanes form. In tropical waters In tornado alley

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Storms quiz review

Storms Quiz Review


Why do tornadoes form

Why do tornadoes form?

  • Water and air mix

  • Hot moist air rises over tropical waters

  • Warm moist air collides with cold dry air

  • Lightning makes them happen


Oops sorry try again

Oops sorry, try again.


Woohoo that s right

Woohoo! That’s right.


Hurricanes form

Hurricanes form

  • In tropical waters

  • In tornado alley

  • Only in the pacific ocean

  • When they are given a name


Oh no better study some more

Oh no…. Better study some more!


Way to go you know something about hurricanes

Way to go! You know something about hurricanes


A scale for hurricanes is called

A scale for hurricanes is called

  • The Fujita Scale

  • The modified Mercali scale

  • The Saffir/Simpson scale

  • The Richter scale


Sorry this scale is named after 2 people

Sorry – this scale is named after 2 people!


Yup that s the one 1 5 and watch out for those 5 s

Yup! That’s the one.(1-5 and watch out for those 5’s!)


What should you do if there s a tornado warning

What should you do if there’s a tornado warning?

  • Listen for further instructions.

  • Seek cover right away because one has been seen!

  • Turn off the TV so lightning doesn’t strike you.

  • Get outside where it is safer.


Storms quiz review

You made a mistake.Knowing this answer can save your life so go back and re-read about watches and warnings.

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  • Never wait- tornadoes can strike very fast.

  • Get somewhere safe like a basement or bathtub.


Yes get somewhere safe because a warning means one has been spotted in your area

Yes!! Get somewhere safe because a warning means one has been spotted in your area.


A vortex is part of

A vortex is part of

  • A hurricane

  • A tornado

  • A waterspout

  • All of the above.


Sigh check again

Sigh, check again.


Yipee you are right

Yipee! You are right


Weather happens in

Weather happens in

  • The troposphere

  • The geosphere

  • The mesosphere

  • The stratosphere


Nope that s not right

Nope that’s not right


Yay you got it

Yay! You got it.


The main components of climate are

The main components of climate are

  • Altitude and longitude

  • Heat and animals

  • Rain and elevation

  • Temperature and humidity


I don t think you remember this check again

I don’t think you remember this – check again


Absolutely correct

Absolutely Correct!


The type of heat transfer that involves direct contact between molecules is

The type of heat transfer that involves direct contact between molecules is

  • Conduction

  • Radiation

  • Convection

  • inspiration


You missed try again

You missed. Try again


Hey hey you sure know heat

Hey Hey- you sure know heat.


Which scientist studies the history and structure of the earth

Which scientist studies the history and structure of the earth?

  • Seismologist

  • Chemist

  • geologist

  • Meteorologist


Uh oh that s not right

Uh Oh, That’s not right


Yes yes yes

Yes, Yes, yes!


A goes satellite

A GOES satellite

  • Always is pointed at the north pole

  • Circles the earth from north to south

  • Circles the earth always viewing the same spot

  • Took the first pictures of earth from space


You got the wrong answer too bad

You got the wrong answer- too bad


Mighty good answer

Mighty good answer!


If the temperature goes up but the amount of water vapor stays the same

If the temperature goes up but the amount of water vapor stays the same.

  • The relative humidity will drop

  • The relative humidity will increase

  • The relative humidity will stay the same


Think again it takes more water to saturate hotter air

Think again. It takes more water to saturate hotter air.


You are correct you can t fit as much water in cold air

You are correct! You can’t fit as much water in cold air.


Cold sinking air creates

Cold sinking air creates

  • Lower air pressure

  • Higher humidity

  • Higher air pressure

  • snowmen


Really 14 7 lbs per square inch sinking down on your head wouldn t that make you feel more pressure

Really! 14.7 lbs per square inch sinking down on your headwouldn’t that make you feel more pressure????


Terrific answer remember the floating turkeys make you feel light

Terrific answer. Remember the floating turkeys make you feel light.


Maritime air masses

Maritime air masses

  • Form over water

  • Have high humidity

  • Form over land

  • Both of the first two answers.


Oops make sure you read all the possible answers before you pick

Oops – make sure you read all the possible answers before you pick.


High five you re right

High Five! You’re right.


Which will be warmer in the middle of a summer day

Which will be warmer in the middle of a summer day

  • Ice cream

  • Ocean water

  • Beach sand


Sadness you missed this one

Sadness. You missed this one.


Yippee you remembered

Yippee you remembered!


A recipe for a cloud is

A recipe for a cloud is

  • Water vapor, dust and high air pressure

  • Hot air and wind

  • Wind, high air pressure and water

  • Low air pressure, dust and water


Unfortunately not

Unfortunately not.

  • Was the cloud there when you squeezed (high pressure) or when you let go (low air pressure?)


Happy choice

Happy choice!


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