The Water Cycle JEOPARDY

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The Water
Cycle
Vocabulary
Water’s
Cycle
Weather
Instruments
& Water
Forms
Predicting
the Weather
Severe
Weather &
Precipitation
BONUS:
Florida’s
Weather
Round 2
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A breeze moving from the land to the
sea is a _____.
(a) sea breeze
(b) tornado
(c) sea breeze storm
(d) land breeze
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(d) land breeze
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A large body of air is called
_____.
(a) a front
(b) a sea breeze storm
(c) a hurricane
(d) an air mass
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(d) an air mass
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Warm air pushes forward and moves
over cold air along a _____.
(a) cold front
(b) rain shadow
(c) warm front
(d) shoreline
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(c) warm front
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The movement of water through
the environment is known as
_____.
(a) erosion
(b) the water cycle
(c) weathering
(d) runoff
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(b) the water cycle
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Landforms such as mountains affect
the water cycle. What is it called
when one side of a mountain is
dry?
(a) a land breeze
(b) a rain shadow
(c) a sea breeze
(d) a tornado
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(b) a rain shadow
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A gas changes to a liquid during
the process of _____.
(a) evaporation
(b) condensation
(c) precipitation
(d) photosynthesis
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(b) condensation
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Water that falls to Earth from the
air is known as _____.
(a) evaporation
(b) condensation
(c) precipitation
(d) runoff
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(c) precipitation
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A liquid changes to a gas during the
process of _____.
(a) evaporation
(b) weather forecasting
(c) condensation
(d) precipitation
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(a) evaporation
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In the water cycle, what happens
before water condenses in clouds?
(a) Water dissolves salt.
(b) Water evaporates.
(c) Water falls as precipitation.
(d) Water vapor changes to a gas.
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(b) water evaporates
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Jenny is looking at a drawing of one of
the steps in the water cycle. Which
of the following describes this step?
(a) Water vapor rises into the air.
(b) Water vapor is changed to a gas.
(c) Water vapor is warmed by the sun.
(d) Water vapor becomes precipitation.
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(d) Water vapor becomes
precipitation.
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Air pressure is measured with a
_____.
(a) anemometer
(b) barometer
(c) thermometer
(d) hygrometer
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(b) barometer
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Wind speed is measured with
_____.
(a) an anemometer
(b) a barometer
(c) a thermometer
(d) a hygrometer
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(a) an anemometer
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Rain falls if the air temperature is
higher than _____. Otherwise,
rain will turn to sleet or snow.
(a) 0˚F
(b) 32˚F
(c) 16˚F
(d) 23˚F
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John is showing his class how liquid
water can be changed to other forms.
What will happen when he heats the
liquid water to a high temperature?
(a) It will evaporate.
(b) It will condense.
(c) It will form clouds.
(d) It will attract dust particles.
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(a) It will evaporate.
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Look at the diagram below. What
is shown?
(a) evaporation
(b) groundwater formation
(c) cirrus clouds
(d) sea breeze
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(b) groundwater formation
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Sonya listens to daily weather forecasts
because she is hoping for a snowy day.
Which of these weather changes might
bring snow?
(a) warm, dry air masses
(b) warm, wet air masses
(c) cold, dry air masses
(d) cold, wet air masses
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(d) cold, wet air masses
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What might happen when two air
masses come together and form a
warm front?
(a) steady rain
(b) thunderstorms
(c) a strong sea breeze
(d) cooler temperatures
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(a) steady rain
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There is a stationary front over
Centerville. What kind of weather
is Centerville most likely having?
(a) a few hours of drizzly rain
(b) a few hours of thunderstorms
(c) clear weather
(d) several days of rain or snow
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(d) several days of rain or snow
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How would an air mass that
forms over the Gulf of Mexico
most likely be described?
(a) cold and dry
(b) cold and moist
(c) warm and dry
(d) warm and moist
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(d) warm and moist
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You and your friend are planning a trip to
the beach. Your friend does not like
walking on hot sand, but he does like
swimming in warm water. What time of
the day might be the best for you and
your friend to visit the beach?
(a) 12:00 P.M.
(b) 2:00 P.M.
(c) 4:00 P.M.
(d) 6:00 P.M.
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(d) 6:00 P.M.
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A large tropical storm with high wind
speeds is called a _____.
(a) sea breeze storm
(b) hurricane
(c) tornado
(d) waterspout
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(b) hurricane
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Where do most storms form?
(a) over land
(b) at fronts
(c) in the “eye”
(d) over a peninsula
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(b) at fronts
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Which of these causes flooding
during a hurricane?
(a) rain and storm surge
(b) the “eye” of a storm
(c) clouds of a thunderstorm
(d) spirals of high winds
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(a) rain and storm surge
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What type of precipitation is shown
in the picture?
(a) hail
(b) rain
(c) sleet
(d) snow
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(a) hail
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Florida’s Weather
Strong sea breeze storms happen often in Florida during
the summer. These storms frequently form over the
center of the peninsula.
A. Explain how a sea breeze forms.
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Part A
During the day, the air over water is cooler
than the air over land. The hot air over the
land is pushed upward by the cool air over
the water as it moves inland. This causes a
sea breeze.
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Florida’s Weather
Strong sea breeze storms happen often in Florida during
the summer. These storms frequently form over the
center of the peninsula.
B. Explain why you think these storms form over
the center of Florida.
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Part B
Florida is surrounded by water on three
sides. Sea breezes can come in from the
east and from the west. When these
breezes meet, the air becomes very
unstable. If the air masses have a lot of
water vapor, a very strong sea breeze storm
could form over the center of the peninsula.
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The Water Cycle
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