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What is freezing rain?
a) Raindrops that fall through air that is warm and freeze as they condense on cold surfaces. b) Frozen precipitation that occurs in warm weather when layers of water are frozen as they are hurled in clouds c) Raindrops that pass through a layer of cold air and freeze before hitting the ground. d) Ice crystals are created within the cloud and fall to the ground.
What type of weather do you need at a cold front?
a) Cold weather. b) Fair weather. c) Brief, heavy storms. d) Hot humid weather.
What type of weather do you expect at a warm front?
a) Fair weather. b) Brief heavy storms. c) Cold weather. d) Steady thunderstorms... followed hot humid weather.
What type of weather would you expect at a high pressure system?
a) Calm skies, fair weather, gentle breezes due to the high pressure system b) Bad weather, thunderstorms, can also be severe. c) Steady thunderstorms followed by hot humid weather. d) Fair weather followed by thunderstorms.
What type of weather would you expect at a low pressure system?
a) Fair, nice weather. b) Bad weather, thunderstorms, can also be severe. c) Steady thunderstorms followed by hot humid weather. d) Fair weather followed by thunderstorms.
Choose the 3 MAIN factors causing the weather and climate in Seattle, Washington to be different from Phoenix, Arizona.
a) Altitude, Latitude, Proximity of large bodies of water b) Altitude, longitude, ocean currents. c) Altitude, proximity to large bodies of water and longitude. d) Proximity of mountains, latitude, altitude.
As the atmospheric gases move around the Earth, they
a) Move in no real pattern b) Move in masses based on temperature c) Move in masses based on air pressure d) Both 2 and 3 are correct.
Atmospheric conditions at a particular time and place describe the...
a) Climate b) Weather c) Atmospheric pressure d) Climate zone
Extreme weather conditions, such as tornadoes and hurricanes, often follow...
a) Extreme drops in temperature b) Cold Front c) Large changes in atmospheric pressure d) All of the above
Choose the answer that best describes weather and climate.
a) Weather describes the day to day temperature and precipitation b) Climate describes the general temperature and precipitation patterns over a longer period of time c) Weather describes the long range predications for temperature and precipitation. Climate describes the day to day atmosp d) Both 1 and 2 are correct.
What is rain?
a) Ice crystals are created within the cloud and fall to the ground. b) Raindrops that fall through air that is warm and freeze as they condense on cold surfaces. c) Water vapor that condenses and falls to the ground as a liquid d) Frozen precipitation that occurs in warm weather when layers of water are frozen as they are hurled in clouds
What is hail?
a) Water vapor that condenses and falls to the ground as a liquid b) Frozen precipitation that occurs in warm weather when layers of water are frozen as they are hurled in clouds c) Ice crystals are created within the cloud and fall to the ground. d) Raindrops that fall through air that is warm and freeze as they condense on cold surfaces.
What is sleet?
a) Frozen precipitation that occurs in warm weather when layers of water are frozen as they are hurled in clouds b) Water vapor that condenses and falls to the ground as a liquid c) Raindrops that fall through air that is warm and freeze as they condense on cold surfaces. d) Raindrops that pass through a layer of cold air and freeze before hitting the ground.
What is snow?
a) Raindrops that pass through a layer of cold air and freeze before hitting the ground. b) Ice crystals are created within the cloud and fall to the ground c) Raindrops that fall through air that is warm and freeze as they condense on cold surfaces. d) Water vapor that condenses and falls to the ground as a liquid
What does a cumulus cloud look like and what type of weather would you expect?
a) Layered, flat clouds.Steady, light precipitation. b) Wispy, feathery. Fair weather. May be a sign that a storm is approaching c) Puffy, and white. Fair weather with a chance of storms (cumulonimbus clouds). d) Black rain clouds. Heavy storms.
What does a stratus cloud look like and what type of weather would you expect?
a) Layered, flat clouds.Steady, light precipitation. b) Wispy, feathery. Fair weather. May be a sign that a storm is approaching c) Puffy, and white. Fair weather with a chance of storms (cumulonimbus clouds). d) Black rain clouds. Heavy storms.
What does a cirrus cloud look like and what type of weather would you expect?
a) Layered, flat clouds.Steady, light precipitation. b) Wispy, feathery. Fair weather. May be a sign that a storm is approaching c) Puffy, and white. Fair weather with a chance of storms (cumulonimbus clouds). d) Black rain clouds. Heavy storms.
List the 4 factors that affect climate.
a) Mountains, large bodies of water, longitude, altitude. b) Ocean currents, longitude, bodies of water, altitude. c) Ocean currents, Proximity to large bodies of water, Altitude and Latitude d)
When does a sea breeze occur?
a) During the day b) At night. c) It never happens. d) It is a secret.
When does a land breeze occur?
a) During the day. b) At night. c) It never happens. d) It is a secret.
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