Top Weather Quizzes & Trivia

Calling all storm chasers, weather watchers and meteorology junkies! Is the Weather Channel the first thing you watch every day? Could you do your local weatherman’s job if he got caught in a monsoon? Are you an expert on cumulus, stratus and cirrus clouds? What about convective, stratiform and orographic precipitation? Do you know all there is to know about tornados, typhoons and tsunamis? If yes, then this is for you!

Are you up to snuff on blizzards and breezes, doppler and drizzle, floods and fog, hurricanes and haze? If so, it’s time to test your weather knowledge with our quizzes. Brush up on your warm fronts and cold fronts, dry systems and wet, high pressure systems and low. Inspect the ten day forecast, study up on rain, sleet, snow and hail, and quiz yourself on all things meteorological. Check the temperature and the barometric pressure, then dive on in to our weather quizzes.

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  • This weather instrument measures air pressure.
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  • This type of weather instrument measures air temperature.
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  • This type of weather instrument measures wind direction.
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  • The breakdown of rock material in its current location. This is a definition of...
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  • What is the process by which rock fragments are broken loose called?
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  • Which one of these things is not an agent of weathering?
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  • Joe noticed a puddie on the sidewalk on his way to school. On his way home from the school, the puddle was gone. What caused the puddle to disappear?
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  • Kristy looked outside and noticed cumulonimbus clouds in the sky. What kind of weather can she expect?
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  • The meteorologist on the television said that a high pressure system was moving in to our area. What kind of weather will a high pressure system bring?
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  • The area around the Earth is known as:
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  • The layer of our atmosphere closest to Earths crust (and where we live) is:
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  • The second layer of our atmosphere (where most of the clouds are) is:
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