Hurricane Quizzes & Trivia
The last hurricane to inflict a direct hit on Cape Cod was a little hurricane named Bob. How much do you remember about this weather event? Take our on-line quiz to find out!
Questions: 12 | Attempts: 98 | Last updated: Feb 5, 2013
Sample QuestionWhat year did Hurricane Bob blow into town?
Is Your Home Hurricane Protected? Nervous about the Hurricane Season? What will the next Hurricane Cost You? Homeowners Insurance Too Expensive? Does Your Insurance Company take...
Questions: 7 | Attempts: 51 | Last updated: Aug 22, 2018
Sample QuestionWhen was your home built?
Read the text and decide if the sentences are True or False. Why are they false?
Questions: 10 | Attempts: 27 | Last updated: Sep 5, 2019
Sample QuestionHurricanes frequently last more than a week.
This test is for Hurricane .
Questions: 3 | Attempts: 14 | Last updated: Aug 22, 2018
Sample QuestionWhat keeps a hurricane moving?
Things could get a little windy this summer. Test your hurricane smarts with this timely quiz!
Questions: 12 | Attempts: 13 | Last updated: Jan 31, 2013
Sample QuestionThe Atlantic hurricane season starts June 1 and ends on:
What food should I stack up on before a hurricane hits?
The best food items to buy in preparation for a hurricane are those that are relatively non-perishable. Anything requiring refrigeration is not beneficial because there's a chance of the power being knocked out. Typically, South Louisianans will take
Is there any way to prevent hurricanes?
The bottom line to preventing hurricanes is to prevent warm water. Sea surfaces are currently too warm, which is the number one factor in hurricanes. The easiest proven way to prevent a hurricanes would be to control warm water/ climate change by dec
What is meant by Hurricane?
A hurricane is known to be a strong storm that comes with a type of wind that is very strong. Some people may think that this is just a type of storm but this is actually very strong. The hurricanes also come in different levels. There are some that
Why do hurricanes move west?More
This may be because a lot of storms start at tropical latitudes because this is where the ocean is. They will then move towards where the wind will take them which is usually the western side. This makes certain areas more prone to getting storms as