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Weather Jeopardy

  1. 1. Weather Jeopardy
  2. 2. SOL Jeopardy Water Cycle Clouds Weather Vocab Weather Tools Wild Weather 400 200 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000
  3. 3. B. Evaporation A. Condensation C. Precipitation D. Conservation Water that falls from the sky
  4. 4. Water that falls from the sky is called precipitation. Bonus Jeopardy
  5. 5. Answer You’re too good to catch! Click to record $200
  6. 6. The process of water changing into an invisible gas called water vapor B. Condensation D. Rain, sleet, snow C. Precipitation A. Evaporation
  7. 7. Evaporation Bonus Jeopardy
  8. 8. You're hammering away now! Answer Click to record $400
  9. 9. The process of water vapor turning into water droplets B. Condensation D. Formation C. Precipitation A. Evaporation
  10. 10. Condensation Bonus Jeopardy
  11. 11. Wow! You’re good! Answer Click to record $600
  12. 12. Clouds are formed in what process? B. Condensation C. Evaporation D. Water vapor A. Precipitation
  13. 13. Condensation Bonus Jeopardy
  14. 14. Answer I don't know how I could have did doubted you! Click to record $800
  15. 15. Which form of precipitation begins in air that is above 32 F but falls through a layer of air that is colder? B. Rain C. Snow D. Hail A. Sleet
  16. 16. Sleet Bonus Jeopardy
  17. 17. Answer Being a genius certaintly has its advantages! Click to record $1000
  18. 18. Clouds are formed during which part of the water cycle? A. Condensation D. Humidity C. Evaporation B. Precipitation
  19. 19. Condensation Bonus Jeopardy
  20. 20. Answer RIGHT! When you’re RIGHT, you’re RIGHT! Click to record $200
  21. 21. A. cumulus Gray clouds that cover the lower part of the sky; rain or sleet fall from them D. cumulonimbus C. cirrus B. stratus
  22. 22. Stratus Clouds Bonus Jeopardy
  23. 23. Answer Genuis! That is what it is sheer genius! Click to record $400
  24. 24. White, puffy clouds that look like piles of cotton; they are known as fair-weather clouds. A. cumulonimbus D. cumulus C. stratus B. cirrus
  25. 25. Cumulus Clouds Bonus Jeopardy
  26. 26. Answer You just outsmarted me! Click to record $600
  27. 27. Thin, feathery clouds that appear high in the sky; they are a sign that rain or snow is on the way. A. cumulus D. cumulonimbus C. stratus B. cirrus
  28. 28. Cirrus Clouds Bonus Jeopardy
  29. 29. Answer Brillance Click to record $800
  30. 30. Tall, dark clouds that mean thunderstorms with heavy rain and strong winds A. Cumulonimbus D. cirrus C. stratus B. cumulus
  31. 31. Cumulonimbus Bonus Jeopardy
  32. 32. Answer Cool! Click to record $1000
  33. 33. A Meteorologist Scientist who study weather D Weatherologist C Biologist B Astronomer
  34. 34. Meteorologist Bonus Jeopardy
  35. 35. Answer You're super good, but can you keep up with me? Click to record $200
  36. 36. Boundary that separates two air masses A. Low D. High C. Front B. Back
  37. 37. Front Bonus Jeopardy
  38. 38. Answer You’re bouncing along well! Click to record $400
  39. 39. A. Water vapor Large area of air that has the same temperature and humidity B. Air pressure C. Front D. Air mass
  40. 40. Air mass Bonus Jeopardy
  41. 41. Answer Lucky Guess! Click to record $600
  42. 42. Scientific predictions of weather A. Good guess B. Forecast D. Data C. Meteor shower
  43. 43. Forecast Bonus Jeopardy
  44. 44. Answer You are so lucky! Click to record $800
  45. 45. Part of Earth’s atmosphere where weather happens A. meteorsphere B. thermosphere D. Ozone layer C. troposphere
  46. 46. troposphere Bonus Jeopardy
  47. 47. Answer Your climbing so high! Click to record $1000
  48. 48. A. anemometer B. hydrometer C. thermometer D. Wind vane Instrument that measures temperature
  49. 49. thermometer Bonus Jeopardy
  50. 50. Answer Marvelous! Click to record $200
  51. 51. Instrument that measures precipitation A. anemometer B. Rain gauge C. barometer D. Wind vane
  52. 52. Rain Gauge Bonus Jeopardy
  53. 53. Answer Beautiful Day! Click to record $400
  54. 54. Instrument that measures air pressure A. barometer B. hydrometer C. thermometer D. anemometer
  55. 55. Barometer Bonus Jeopardy
  56. 56. Answer Aw Nuts, You're too good! Click to record $600
  57. 57. Instrument that measures wind speed A. Hydrometer B. Thermometer C. Anemometer D. Barometer
  58. 58. Anemometer Bonus Jeopardy
  59. 59. Answer I hope children never loose their sense of wonder and peace! Click to record $800
  60. 60. Instrument that measures humidity A. thermometer B. barometer C. anemometer D. hydrometer
  61. 61. hydrometer Bonus Jeopardy
  62. 62. Answer EXCELLENT Click to record $1000
  63. 63. Where do tornadoes usually form? A. Over flat land B. Over the ocean C. In the mountains D. In the forest
  64. 64. Over land Bonus Jeopardy
  65. 65. Answer What a pickle! I am getting so many questions correct! Click to record $200
  66. 66. A. Over land B. Over water C. In the mountains D in the forest Where do hurricanes usually form?
  67. 67. Over water Bonus Jeopardy
  68. 68. Answer You passed with flying colors! Click to record $400
  69. 69. Big storms form over which kind of pressure system? A. Low pressure B.High pressure C. Soft pressure D Hard pressure
  70. 70. Low pressure Bonus Jeopardy
  71. 71. Answer To infinity and beyond! Click to record $600
  72. 72. Precipitation that is formed by up and down air currents A. Rain B. Hail C. Sleet D. Snow
  73. 73. Hail Bonus Jeopardy
  74. 74. Answer There's no place like home! Click to record $800
  75. 75. Storms that have the most powerful winds (reaching 300 mph) A. Blizzard B. Hurricane C. Tornado D. Thunderstorm
  76. 76. Tornado Bonus Jeopardy
  77. 77. Answer What's up? Click to record $1000

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