Natural Phenomena Quiz

Can you guess which natural phenomena Squigly is thinking about in this quiz?

Directions:

Select the correct answer for each question. When you are done, click on the Check Answers button to check your answers and Squigly will tell you how you did.

1. A violent storm of whirling wind, which is produced from a funnel-shaped cloud.
2. A bright heavenly body that develops a glowing, fuzzy head and long tail as it approaches the sun.
3. A rapidly whirling column of mist and spray caused by number 1 as it moves across a large body of water.
4. When the moon passes between the sun and the Earth.
5. Also known as the Aurora Borealis.
6. This occurs when the surface of the Earth moves.
7. This results from heavy rainfall or sudden melting snow.
8. This violent storm is caused by warm, wet air mixing with cold air over a large body of water.
9. These sudden eruptions are caused by a hole in the Earth's crust.
10. Long periods without rain are called this:
 
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