Statistics for Weather quiz

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  • The average score is 10 of 15

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HintAnswer% Correct
A swirling vortex of strong winds that reaches to the ground (to include water).Tornado
90%
Frozen particles that fall from the sky as crystals.Snow
84%
Potentially very large swirling air mass responsible for massive amounts of damage from strong winds, torrential downpours, and tornadic activity.Hurricane
79%
A cloud located on the ground. Mainly found in valleys or over water.Fog
78%
Mix of snow and rain due to varying temperatures.Sleet
75%
The thing that drives lines of rain and thunderstorms. It brings colder air behind it and northerly winds.Cold front
73%
Millions of air parcels that reach condensation and form an obscuration in the sky.Cloud
71%
Debris picked up by strong surface winds (generally dust or dry dirt). Can cover the skies in deserts for days.Dust storm
70%
Produces lightning always and hail sometimes.Thunderstorm
68%
The main driving force behind most weather. Can stack throughout the atmosphere and pushes warm and cold fronts.Low pressure
65%
Produces fair weather and mostly clear skies. Occurs behind cold fronts usually.High pressure
61%
Created by differential heating throughout the atmosphere. You can make it expelling all the air from your lungs all at once.Wind
52%
Generally created by a southerly wind pushing north, bringing warmer temperatures and usually rain.Warm front
51%
This is what happens when it is unseasonably warm for a long period of time. Sometimes responsible for droughts.Heat wave
47%
The name given when cold temperatures persist for a very long period of time, usually colder than the norm.Cold snap
26%

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