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Jeopardy! Super Storms Written by Seymour Simon
What are thunderstorms ? Heavy rain showers
Hurricanes _____ more people than any other type of storm. Kill and Injure
What is a blizzard? A huge snowstorm
How fast can tornadoes travel? Up to 300 mph
What can you see during thunderstorms? Lightning
What is the eye of the storm like? Calm
How fast are the winds blowing during a blizzard? At least 35 mph
What kind of damage can a tornado cause? Pick up cars, Rip out houses
You can tell how far away lightning is by counting the time between the lightning strikes. For every ___ seconds equals one mile? Five
Where do hurricanes start? On the warm ocean
How much snow comes down during a blizzard? 2 inches in one hour
What does a tornado watch mean? Conditions are likely for a tornado to form
Millions of gallons During a thunderstorm, how much rain can fall in one minute?
Which best describes the winds in a hurricane? A. 10 – 50 mph B – 2000 mph C. 7 – 20 mph mph D mph D. 74 – 200 mph
How cold is it during a blizzard? 20 degrees or colder
What does a tornado warning mean? Get somewhere safe fast! One has been spotted.
How are thunderstorms different than storms? Thunderstorms have lightning, thunder, more rain.
Hurricanes are different sizes but how large can they get? Hundreds of miles
What makes a blizzard different than a snowstorm? The fierce winds blow the snow making it hard to see.
Where are most US tornados found? Central United States
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