# GT Fronts And Storms Quiz

29 Questions

Use this practice quiz to help you study for the GT fronts and storms quiz. You might also want to take the regular practice quiz as extra practice. Remember while many of the questions might be similar on the real test, I always make the practice quiz longer and harder. If you get an A on this quiz you should get an A on the real quiz! :-)

• 1.
A(n) _________ front is when a cold air mass moves under a warm air mass.
• A.

Warm

• B.

Cold

• C.

Occluded

• D.

Stationary

• 2.
A(n) _____________ front is when a warm air mass moves in over a cold air mass that is leaving the area.
• A.

Warm

• B.

Cold

• C.

Occluded

• D.

Stationary

• 3.
A(n) ____________ front is when a warm air mass is caught between two cold air masses.
• A.

Warm

• B.

Cold

• C.

Occluded

• D.

Stationary

• 4.
A(n) ______________ front is when a cold air mass and a warm air mass move towards each other.  Neither air mass has enough energy to push the other out of the way.
• A.

Warm

• B.

Cold

• C.

Occluded

• D.

Stationary

• 5.
This is a picture of
• A.

An occluded front

• B.

A cold front

• C.

A warm front

• D.

A stationary front

• 6.
This is a picture of __________________ front
• A.

A cold

• B.

A stationary

• C.

A warm

• D.

An occluded

• 7.
This is a symbol of ________________ front
• A.

A warm

• B.

An occluded

• C.

A stationary

• D.

A cold

• 8.
This is a symbol of __________________ front
• A.

A stationary

• B.

An occluded

• C.

A cold

• D.

A warm

• 9.
This is a picture of a(n) _____________ front
• A.

Cold

• B.

Warm

• C.

Occluded

• D.

Stationary

• 10.
This is a picture of a(n) ____________ front
• A.

Stationary

• B.

Cold

• C.

Warm

• D.

Occluded

• 11.
This is a picture of a(n) ____________ front
• A.

Warm

• B.

Stationary

• C.

Occluded

• D.

Cold

• 12.
This is a picture of a(n) _________ front.
• A.

Cold

• B.

Warm

• C.

Occluded

• D.

Stationary

• 13.
What front brings light rain while it is moving through?
• A.

Stationary

• B.

Cold

• C.

Occluded

• D.

Warm

• 14.
What front is going to move quickly and bring stormy weather?
• A.

Warm

• B.

Cold

• C.

Stationary

• D.

Occluded

• 15.
What front is going to bring large amounts of rain or snow?
• A.

Stationary

• B.

Cold

• C.

Warm

• D.

Occluded

• 16.
What front is going to bring many days of cloudy, wet weather?
• A.

Occluded

• B.

Cold

• C.

Stationary

• D.

Warm

• 17.
The weather after a cold front is normally
• A.

Warm and wet

• B.

Cold and dry

• C.

Cold and wet

• D.

Warm and dry

• 18.
The weather after a warm front is normally
• A.

Cold and clear

• B.

Warm and clear

• C.

Warm and rainy

• D.

Cold and rainy

• 19.
Which storm causes more yearly damage?
• A.

Hurricanes

• B.

• C.

Tsunamis

• D.

Mr. Lovera

• 20.
When is a hurricane most likely to lose its strength?
• A.

Over warm water

• B.

When it moves east

• C.

When it moves west

• D.

When it goes over land

• 21.
Which storm can reach the highest winds?
• A.

Hurricane

• B.

Thunderstorm

• C.

• D.

Rainstorm

• 22.
What is this an image of?
• A.

A tropical depression

• B.

• C.

A hurricane

• D.

A typhoon

• 23.
What is this a picture of?
• A.

A tropical storm

• B.

A hurricane

• C.

• D.

A tropical storm

• 24.
Where are the strongest winds in a hurricane?
• A.

In the eye

• B.

In the eye wall

• C.

In the arms

• D.

The strongest winds could be anywhere

• 25.
What is the most dangerous part of a hurricane?
• A.

The winds

• B.

The hail

• C.

The lightning

• D.

The storm surge

• 26.
What type of weather will Maryland be getting when that blue line passes us by?
• A.

Stormy and then cold

• B.

Stormy and then warm

• C.

Clear and then rainy

• D.

Light drizzly rain and then cold

• 27.
What type of clouds would you see as a warm front moves through?
• A.

Mostly stratus type clouds

• B.

Mostly cumulonimbus clouds

• C.

Mostly cumulus type clouds

• D.

Mostly cirrus

• 28.
What type of clouds would you see as a cold front moves thorugh?
• A.

Mostly stratus type clouds

• B.

Mostly cumulonimbus clouds

• C.

Mostly cumulus type clouds

• D.

Mostly cirrus type clouds

• 29.
Why has a hurricane never hit the center of the United States?
• A.

There is a hurricane shield there

• B.

Hurricanes lose strength when they are over land

• C.

Hurricanes lose strength when they pass over too many people

• D.

There are too many mountains

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