Clouds
Storms
Hurricanes
Twisters
Weather Facts
100

What are clouds made of?

Water/Dust

100

Humidity is the amount of this in the air?

What is water or moisture

100

Hurricanes develop over what kind of water?

Warm Water

100

Tornadoes are measured by this scale-

The Fujita Scale

100

A thermometer is used to measure what?

Heat?

200

This is the name of a storm cloud!

Cumulonimbus Cloud/Supercell/Thunderhead Cloud 

200

When clouds become saturated it begins to

Rain

200

Hurricanes lose their force when they move on to-

Land.

200

This is the name of a tornado when it's over a large mass of water?

Waterspout 

200

An Anemometer is tool used to measure what?

The wind speed.

300

This can blanket the valley floor and also cause foggy day delays

Fog/Mist

300

The scientific term for rain coming down is called?

precipitation

300

Hurricanes are mostly dangerous in these regions?

Coastal Regions.

300

What is the largest scale that tornadoes can reach?


F-5 Meaning the largest on scale.

300

What does a Barometer measure?

The pressure in the atmosphere.

400

Where do clouds most commonly form?

In the Ocean.

400
Electrical charges in clouds can produce
What is lightning
400

Hurricanes can also create these dangerous whirlwinds

Tornado/Twister

400

You will see this form before the tornado touches the ground?

Funnel Cloud.

400

A Cubic mile of ordinary fog can carry less then a gallon of?

Water.

500

clouds form when this kind of air rises, expands and cools.

Warm Air

500

A Supercell is a scientific way of saying?

A Thunderstorm.

500

When does Hurricane Season mainly Start?

June/The Summer Time.

500

This is the common nickname for the middle part of the United States that is constantly struck by tornadoes?

Tornado Alley.

500

Someone who is trained to predict the weather is called?

A Meteorologist 

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