Weather Jeopardy Jeopardy Water Cycle Clouds Weather Vocab

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Weather Jeopardy!

Weather Jeopardy!

Jeopardy Water Cycle Clouds Weather Vocab Weather Tools Wild Weather 200 200 200 400

Jeopardy Water Cycle Clouds Weather Vocab Weather Tools Wild Weather 200 200 200 400 400 400 600 600 600 800 800 800 1000 1000

Water that falls from the sky. A. Condensation B. Evaporation C. Precipitation D. Conservation

Water that falls from the sky. A. Condensation B. Evaporation C. Precipitation D. Conservation

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Water that falls from the sky is called precipitation.

Water that falls from the sky is called precipitation.

The process of water changing into an invisible gas called water vapor. A. Evaporation

The process of water changing into an invisible gas called water vapor. A. Evaporation B. Condensation C. Precipitation D. Rain, sleet, snow

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Evaporation

Evaporation

The process of water vapor turning into water droplets A. Evaporation B. Condensation C.

The process of water vapor turning into water droplets A. Evaporation B. Condensation C. Precipitation D. Formation

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Condensation

Condensation

Clouds are formed in what process? A. Precipitation B. Condensation C. Evaporation D. Water

Clouds are formed in what process? A. Precipitation B. Condensation C. Evaporation D. Water vapor

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Condensation

Condensation

Which form of precipitation begins in air that is above 32 F but falls

Which form of precipitation begins in air that is above 32 F but falls through a layer of air that is colder? A. Sleet B. Rain C. Snow D. Hail

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Sleet

Sleet

Clouds are formed during which part of the water A. Condensation cycle? B. Precipitation

Clouds are formed during which part of the water A. Condensation cycle? B. Precipitation C. Evaporation D. Humidity

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Condensation

Condensation

Gray clouds that cover the lower part of the sky; rain or sleet fall

Gray clouds that cover the lower part of the sky; rain or sleet fall from them A. cumulus B. stratus C. cirrus D. cumulonimbus

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Stratus Clouds

Stratus Clouds

White, puffy clouds that look like piles of cotton; they are known as fairweather

White, puffy clouds that look like piles of cotton; they are known as fairweather clouds. A. cumulonimbus B. cirrus C. stratus D. cumulus

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Cumulus Clouds

Cumulus Clouds

Thin, feathery clouds that appear high in the sky; they are a sign that

Thin, feathery clouds that appear high in the sky; they are a sign that rain or snow is on the way. A. cumulus B. cirrus C. stratus D. cumulonimbus

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Cirrus Clouds

Cirrus Clouds

Tall, dark clouds that mean thunderstorms with heavy rain and strong winds A. Cumulonimbus

Tall, dark clouds that mean thunderstorms with heavy rain and strong winds A. Cumulonimbus B. cumulus C. stratus D. cirrus

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Cumulonimbus

Cumulonimbus

Scientist who study weather A Meteorologist B Astronomer C Biologist D Weatherologist

Scientist who study weather A Meteorologist B Astronomer C Biologist D Weatherologist

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Meteorologist

Meteorologist

Boundary that separates two air masses A. Low B. Back C. Front D. High

Boundary that separates two air masses A. Low B. Back C. Front D. High

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Front

Front

Large area of air that has the same temperature and humidity A. Water vapor

Large area of air that has the same temperature and humidity A. Water vapor B. Air pressure C. Front D. Air mass

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Air mass

Air mass

Scientific predictions of weather A. Good guess B. Forecast C. Meteor shower D. Data

Scientific predictions of weather A. Good guess B. Forecast C. Meteor shower D. Data

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�Forecast

�Forecast

Part of Earth’s atmosphere weather happens A. meteorsphere B. thermosphere C. troposphere D. Ozone

Part of Earth’s atmosphere weather happens A. meteorsphere B. thermosphere C. troposphere D. Ozone layer

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troposphere

troposphere

Instrument that measures temperature A. anemometer B. hydrometer C. thermometer D. Wind vane

Instrument that measures temperature A. anemometer B. hydrometer C. thermometer D. Wind vane

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thermometer

thermometer

Instrument that measures precipitation A. anemometer B. Rain gauge C. barometer D. Wind vane

Instrument that measures precipitation A. anemometer B. Rain gauge C. barometer D. Wind vane

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Rain Gauge

Rain Gauge

Instrument that measures air pressure A. barometer B. hydrometer C. thermometer D. anemometer

Instrument that measures air pressure A. barometer B. hydrometer C. thermometer D. anemometer

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Barometer

Barometer

Instrument that measures wind speed A. Hydrometer B. Thermometer C. Anemometer D. Barometer

Instrument that measures wind speed A. Hydrometer B. Thermometer C. Anemometer D. Barometer

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Anemometer

Anemometer

Instrument that measures humidity A. thermometer B. barometer C. anemometer D. hydrometer

Instrument that measures humidity A. thermometer B. barometer C. anemometer D. hydrometer

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hydrometer

hydrometer

Where do tornadoes usually form? A. Over flat land B. Over the ocean C.

Where do tornadoes usually form? A. Over flat land B. Over the ocean C. In the mountains D. In the forest

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Over land

Over land

Where do hurricanes usually form? A. Over land B. Over water C. In the

Where do hurricanes usually form? A. Over land B. Over water C. In the mountains D in the forest

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Over water

Over water

Big storms form over which kind of pressure system? A. Low pressure B. High

Big storms form over which kind of pressure system? A. Low pressure B. High pressure C. Soft pressure D Hard pressure

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Low pressure

Low pressure

Precipitation that is formed by up and down air currents A. Rain B. Hail

Precipitation that is formed by up and down air currents A. Rain B. Hail C. Sleet D. Snow

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Hail

Hail

Storms that have the most powerful winds (reaching 300 mph) A. Blizzard B. Hurricane

Storms that have the most powerful winds (reaching 300 mph) A. Blizzard B. Hurricane C. Tornado D. Thunderstorm

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Tornado

Tornado