KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Karli is back to test your weather knowledge!
The Weather Quiz sponsored by the Kansas City Royals will air weekdays during the 7AM FOX4 Morning Show, you will have until NOON each day to submit your answer.
Four (4) randomly selected winners from all correct answers will receive a four (4) Pack of tickets to the Kansas City Royals vs. Boston Red Sox game for Family Funday Sunday on June 20, 2021, at 1:10 PM CT at Kauffman Stadium!
This Sweepstakes will accept entries beginning on May 31, 2021 at 7:00 AM CT and ending on June 18, 2021 at 12:00PM CT. There will be three (3) rounds of entry as detailed below. Winners will be selected at the conclusion of each round. Entries do NOT carry over round to round. Entrants may participate in each round.
- Round one begins at 7:00am CT on May 31, 2021 and ends at 12:00pm CT on June 4, 2021.
- Round two begins at 7:00am CT on June 7, 2021 and ends at 12:00pm CT on June 11, 2021.
- Round three begins at 7:00am CT on June 14, 2021 and ends at 12:00pm CT on June 18, 2021.
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5/31/21: When is the peak of severe weather season in Kansas City? A. Spring
6/1/21: When does the Atlantic hurricane season start? A. June 1st
6/2/21: The strongest winds in a hurricane are located in: C. Around The Center/Eye
6/3/21: Scientists who predict the weather are called: B. Meteorologists
6/4/21: What forms when two air masses meet and create weather? A. Front
6/7/21: A very strong gust of wind that drops from a thunderstorm is called a _____? C. Microburst
6/8/21: What instrument is used to measure wind speed? B. Anemometer
6/9/21: A cloud that forms at ground level is called: A. Fog
6/10/21: In meteorology, the measure of distance which an object can be seen clearly is called: C. Visibility
6/11/21: What time of day is tornado ‘Prime Time’? B. 2pm to 6pm
6/14/21: Summer begins on what date this year? B. June 20th
6/15/21: The “smell” of rain is known as: A. Petrichor
6/16/21: Tornadoes that form over water are called: C. Waterspouts
6/17/21: During the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season how many named storms did we see? B. 30