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If both the dry bulb and the wet bulb temperature are 70 degrees,
a) The dew point temperature is 32 degrees b) The temperature will probably rise as the day gets later c) The temperature will probably drop as the day gets later d) The relative humidity is 100 percent
If both the dry bulb and the wet bulb temperature are 70 degrees,
a) It is probably raining or will shortly b) A tornado has a 90% chance of forming c) Snow can be expected in several hours d) It is dry out, and there is little chance of rain
If both the dry bulb and the wet bulb temperatures are 70 degrees,
a) You feel cold b) You should be expecting fair weather the following day c) The dew point temperature is 70 degrees d) You do not sweat much...you are dry
If for every one water molecule that evaporates, another condensates, the relative humidity is
a) 25 % b) 100 % c) 75 % d) 50 %
Thunderstorms happen because of
a) Separation of charge b) c) All answers are correct d) The plus charges and minus charges are pulled away from each other (sky and ground)
What would you expect if the clouds and ground are in a neutral state?
a) The number of positive charges outnumbers the amount of negative charges b) c) The number of negative charges equals the number of positive charges d) The number of negative charges outnumbers the amount of positive charges
Lightening only occurs when
a) The clouds and ground are in a neutral state b) c) There is a separation of charge between the clouds and ground d) The clouds and ground are electrified
What were you comparing between the dry and wet thermometers?
a) The rates of electrification b) c) The rates of evaporation d) The rates of humidification
How did the tornado vacuum tube work?
a) There was a mass of air being sucked through the tube when spun b) c) The air pressure in the tube was raised by the spinning, and outside air was pushed in d) The air pressure in the tube was lowered by spinning, and outside air was pushed in
Tornadoes have a strange relationship with
a) Meteorologists b) Lightening c) Rain d) High Winds
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