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Name: ____________________________________________ Date:_____________________

Weather Test
Seasons
1. What are the four seasons?
a. Blue, Yellow, Red and White
b. Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter
c. Up, Down, Left, and Right
d. Hot, Warm, Cool and Cold
2. Which season does the item flip-flops belong to?
a. Spring
b. Summer
c. Fall
d. Winter
3. Which season do you build a snowman in?
a. Spring
b. Summer
c. Fall
d. Winter
4. What make the seasons happen?
a. The tilt of the earth
b. The Earths closeness to the Sun
c. The time of the year

d. The seasons just happen, nothing makes them happen


5. What is your favorite season and why? What do you do in that season?
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Water Cycle
6. Which of the following is not part of the water cycle?
a. Evaporation
b. Condensation
c. Precipitation
d. Evaluation
7. What is the weather that falls from clouds called?
a. Evaporation
b. Precipitation
c. Evaluation
d. Contestation
8. Which of the following is considered collection, or the place where precipitation collects?
a. Lakes
b. Oceans
c. Neither a or b
d. Both a and B

9. What is the process by which water changes from a liquid to a gas or vapor?
a. Precipitation
b. Condensation
c. Evaporation
d. Collection
10. Is there more water in the water cycle now than there was 20 years ago? Yes or no,
explain your answer.
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Clouds

11. These clouds are puffy and they have flat bottoms and are low in the sky they also
usually mean fair weather, however if they grow tall, they can become thunderheads and
bring rain.
a. Cumulus
b. Cirrus
c. Stratus
d. Little
12. These clouds are the highest clouds; they usually mean fair weather and look white and
feathery.

a. Cumulus
b. Cirrus
c. Stratus
d. Little
13. These clouds are gray and low in the sky
a. Cumulus
b. Cirrus
c. Stratus
d. Little
14. What is this cloud ?

a. Cumulus
b. Cirrus
c. Stratus
d. Little
15. What is this cloud?

a. Cumulus
b. Cirrus
c. Stratus
d. Little

Measurement
1. _____________________ tells you how hot or cold something is.
2. What can you use to measure the temperature
o A boot
o A thermometer
o The moon
o The sun
3. When the liquid in the thermometer goes up that means it is getting
(hotter/colder). (Circle one)
4. What are the two different degrees scales that temperature is measured in?
o Hot and cold
o Steinmann and Jones

o Fahrenheit and Celsius


o Up and down
5. Water boils at
o 212 degrees ___________________________________
o 100 degrees ___________________________________

Extreme Weather
16. What is a type of extreme weather that can happen when it is warm or cold out, and
pieces of ice fall from clouds like rain?
a. Dust storm
b. Hail
c. Flooding
d. Lightning
17. What is a type of extreme weather which includes heavy snow over long periods of time,
ice and freezing temperature?
a. Blizzard
b. Tornado
c. Lightning
d. Hurricane
18. What is a type of extreme weather which happens when very strong winds carry clouds
of dust across an area?
a. Ice storms
b. Dust storms

c. Blizzards
d. Flooding
19. What is a type of extreme weather which has vertical funnels of rapidly spinning air and
includes clouds, strong wind, rain, and sometimes hail?
a. Blizzards
b. Lightning
c. Tornado
d. Flooding
20. How can extreme weather affect the environment?
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