1) How fast do the winds have to be in order for a tropical storm to be classified as a hurricane?
2) How many tropical storms or hurricanes hit the Florida coastline in 2004?
3) Hurricane season is June 1 through November 30. Can you have tropical storms or hurricanes outside of those dates?
4) How much bottles water should you have on hand as part of your emergency supplies?
5) Will putting Duct tape on your windows prevent them from breaking during a storm?
6) What happens if we use all the names on this year's hurricane list?
7) On average, what are the peak months of the hurricane season?
8) On average, how many tropical systems develop between late May and November?
9) Generally, how many tropical systems actually develop into tropical depressions
10) A tropical storm is given a name when sustained winds are stronger than:
11) In a fully developed hurricane, how wide is the average “eye?”
12) A hurricane watch is issued for an area when landfall is possible within:
13) A hurricane warning is issued when hurricane conditions are expected to affect a particular area within:
14) The strongest hurricane on record to strike the United States occurred in:
15) Where is a tropical storm or hurricane the strongest?
16) The air around a tropical storm rotates _________ north of the equator and _______ south of the equator.
17) 9 out of 10 hurricanes fatalities are related to:
18) On average, hurricanes moving inland from the Gulf of Mexico produce ______ tornadoes than hurricanes moving ashore from the Atlantic
19) Who chooses the names for tropical storms and hurricanes
20) The National Hurricane Center is in:
21) During the hurricane season, advisories with the latest storm positions (except when they pose an immediate threat to land) are issued every:
22) The average lifetime of a hurricane is:
23) What is the average forward speed of a hurricane?
24) The ____________ the pressure, the stronger the hurricane.
25) The strongest winds of a hurricane typical occur: