Description: Students will be tested on their knowledge of weather and meteorology. Topics may include clouds, simple scientific weather instruments and their functions, weather patterns, severe weather, and weather photographs, drawings, or diagrams. Questions may also include states of water, water cycle, weather terminology, atmosphere, and seasonal changes in weather.
Event Supervisor: Ray Buzenski
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16 stations of 4 questions each plus 2 stations with tie breaker questions. There will be 3 projected media items with 4 questions each. Total questions: 76.
The kids need to know what isobars are and what they represent. They should potentially be able to pick them out on a weather map.