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1 How does relief affect temperature?
2 Hurricanes are associated with which type of pressure?
3 What is an isotherm?
4 What is the centre of a hurricane called?
5 What is albedo?
6 Tropical storms are called hurricanes in the North Atlantic, what are they called in South-East Asia?
7 Where is heating more efficient, at the Poles or at the Equator?
8 Most deaths are caused by what during a hurricane event?
9 Which place on the map below would be slightly warmer? 1 2
10 Coastal flooding happens during Hurricanes because of…
11 Name the air mass travelling over the U.K.
12 What speed in mph does a tropical storm have to be travelling to be classed as a hurricane?
13 In the Western Pacific Ocean, tropical storms are known as…
14 Hurricanes are measured using the Saffir- ? Scale…
15 This image shows which type of weather system…
16 Name the most costly hurricane on record…
17 Which front are we at in a depression?
18 Under what circumstances might a hurricane name be retired…
19 What type of weather system have we got?
20 Name one U.S. state that Hurricane Katrina effected.
1 How does relief affect temperature? 2 What is an isotherm?
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