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#7

Unique snowflakes all come from unique clouds. Which of these is a stratus cloud?

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#8

With hurricanes and tropical storms both having names, it’s hard to tell the difference between the two. What separates a hurricane from a tropical storm?

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  • Size

  • Temperature

  • Wind speed

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#9

Get your head out of the clouds! Which layer of the atmosphere do you live in?

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  • Troposphere

  • O-zone

  • Stratosphere

  • Mesosphere

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#10

Hazy weather makes it tough to see. What exactly is fog?

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  • Cumulus cloud that fell from the stratosphere due to barometric pressure

  • Steam from the condensation of flora

  • Clouds of water droplets suspended close to the earth’s surface

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#11

Weather doesn’t come from nowhere. Where does most of the energy to create weather come from?

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  • Sun

  • Moon

  • Magnetic poles

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#12

In order for a storm to be called a blizzard, it must meet two criteria. Which is NOT a characteristic of a blizzard?

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  • Wind speeds of at least 35 miles per hour

  • Less than 0.25 mile visibility due to snowfall

  • Continued, accumulating precipitation for at least 12 hours

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