# Humidity, Dew Point, Severe Weather Question Preview (ID: 1448)

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Humidity is
a) Amount of Water Vapor in the air
b)
c) Amount of Water Vapor that used to be in the air
d) Amount of Water Vapor that could be in the air

We measure humidity in
a) degrees
b)
c) inches
d) percent

If the relative humidity is high, there must be
a) a pressure of water molecules in the air which is MORE than the pressure of water molecules in water
b)
c) a pressure of water molecules in the air which is HALF of the pressure of water molecules in water.
d) a pressure of water molecules in the air which is SLIGHTLY LESS than the pressure of water molecules in water.

When the air has reached its dew point,
a) the rate of evaporation and condensation are equal.
b) all of the answers are true
c) humidity is 100%
d) the pressure of water molecules in the air is close to the pressure of water molecules in the water

If the dew point is 29 degrees, and the temperature is 29 degrees, you will see
a) Frost and possibly rain
b) Dew and possibly snow
c) Dew and possibly rain
d) Frost and possibly snow

a) 10 % of all thunderstorms
b) 5 % of all thunderstorms
c) 1 % of all thunderstorms
d)

a) Storms that strike only during the summer
b) Storms that will only strike flat, mountainless areas
c) Storms that are both spiral, rotating systems
d) Storms that always move at close to 150 miles per hour (not wind speed, but travel speed)

a) Rain Bands
b) Eye Walls
c) Eyes
d) multiple thunderstorms making them up

The F scale is named after
a) Ward Fujito
b) Ben Fuji
c) Franz Fenscheimer
d) Ted Fujita