Welcome to our "Weather" trivia template! We are here to test your knowledge of the various phenomena that make up the ever-changing weather. From thunderstorms to cold fronts, we will explore the different aspects of the weather that affect our lives. Whether you're a weather enthusiast or just an average person looking to brush up on your knowledge, this trivia template is sure to bring you an interesting and informative experience! Let's get started and see just how much you know about the weather!
1) What type of cloud is associated with thunderstorms?
2) What phenomenon is linked to the formation of tornadoes?
3) What is the coldest temperature that is possible on Earth?
4) What type of cloud is found at a high altitude and is known to form in a shape similar to a horseshoe?
5) What is the average temperature of the Earth?
6) What is the basic ingredient needed for the formation of hail?
7) What temperature does water boil at?
8) What is the world's strongest recorded wind speed?
9) What type of cloud is often described as "fluffy"?
10) What is the name of the layer of Earth's atmosphere that contains the majority of the ozone?
11) What is the dominant form of precipitation in a tropical rainforest?
12) What type of cloud is the most common in the atmosphere?
13) What is the name of a cluster of thunderstorms that can produce tornadoes and large hail?
14) What is the instrument used to measure wind speed?
15) What is the approximate temperature of the sun?
16) What does the Beaufort Scale measure?
17) What happens to water in the environment as it evaporates?
18) What is the name of a warm, moist wind coming off of a large body of water?
19) What type of cloud is linked to the production of precipitation?
20) What is the name of a tropical cyclone with the highest wind speeds?
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