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    1 of 20: The best example of a tornado in literature is in this L. Frank Baum childrens' classic:
    A) The Wizard Of Oz (54%)
    B) Dallas (30%)
    C) Ammarillo (16%)
    Answer : A
    2 of 20: Although tornadoes occur worldwide, the greatest concentration is in the United States. About how many tornadoes are formed here in an average year?
    A) 800 (36%)
    B) 100 (31%)
    C) 250 (33%)
    Answer : A
    3 of 20: Which of these is documented as the greater single outbreak of tornadoes?
    A) Palm Sunday Outbreak, 1965 (30%)
    B) Super Outbreak, 1974 (45%)
    C) Plains (Andover) Outbreak, 1991 (25%)
    Answer : B
    4 of 20: "Early radar detection of potential tornadic storm systems have greatly reduced the number of deaths from tornadoes. The last single storm to take 80 or more lives in the 20th Century occurred in 1955 in this town:
    A) Tupelo, MS (40%)
    B) Flint, MI (32%)
    C) Udall, KS (28%)
    Answer : C
    5 of 20: This Texas community was leveled by two F-5 tornadoes, on April 3, 1964 and 'Terrible Tuesday', April 10, 1979:
    A) Amarrillo (28%)
    B) Wichita Falls (47%)
    C) Dallas (25%)
    Answer : B
    6 of 20: What year was the first tornado accurately predicted before it struck?
    A) 1953 (24%)
    B) 1974 (40%)
    C) 1948 (35%)
    Answer : C
    7 of 20: Areas near rivers, lakes and mountains are safe from tornadoes.
    A) True (41%)
    B) False (59%)
    Answer : B
    8 of 20: What is the name given to a tornado over open water?
    A) Waterspout (61%)
    B) Fujita (39%)
    Answer : A
    9 of 20: What is NOT a clue to a developing tornado?
    A) Dust Whirl on the Ground (31%)
    B) Dark, greenish sky (35%)
    C) Absence of birds, insects (34%)
    Answer : C
    10 of 20: Although 70 percent of all deaths come from F5 tornadoes, what percentage of total tornado formations do F5's comprise?
    A) Twenty Percent (41%)
    B) Less than one percent (45%)
    C) More than fifty percent (14%)
    Answer : B
    11 of 20: What year was the Tornado Intercept Project, using Doppler radar and storm chase personnel, formed?
    A) 1980 (27%)
    B) 1972 (55%)
    C) 1965 (19%)
    Answer : B
    12 of 20: In what year was the earliest photo taken of a tornado?
    A) 1935 (25%)
    B) 1973 (44%)
    C) 1884 (32%)
    Answer : C
    13 of 20: What is the name given to a supercell system that spawns multiple vortices simultaneously?
    A) Family (36%)
    B) Cluster (45%)
    C) Outbreak (18%)
    Answer : A
    14 of 20: This professor at the University of Chicago is perhaps the best known expert on tornado formation. The scale by which to measure tornado damage was named after him. Who is he?
    A) Fujita (59%)
    B) Albert (26%)
    C) Anderson (15%)
    Answer : A
    15 of 20: What is the name given to a rotating airmass that has NOT made contact with the ground?
    A) Funnel Cloud (54%)
    B) Thunder (46%)
    Answer : A
    16 of 20: The primary cause of damage in most structures occurs as a tornado passes over, using its low pressure the make the structure literally explode:
    A) False (58%)
    B) True (42%)
    Answer : A
    17 of 20: At about what time of day is the formation of tornadoes most favorable?
    A) 8 a.m. to Noon (15%)
    B) 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (51%)
    C) 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. (34%)
    Answer : C
    18 of 20: One of these areas received one or more tornadoes between 1950 to 1995. The rest saw NO tornadic activity. Spot the odd one out:
    A) Panama Canal Zone (40%)
    B) Utah (45%)
    C) Guam (15%)
    Answer : B
    19 of 20: As deadly as they are, what storm phenomenon leads tornadoes in total fatalities?
    A) Flood (40%)
    B) Lightning (40%)
    C) Blizzard (20%)
    Answer : A
    20 of 20: Which is NOT a main stage in the life of a tornado?
    A) Mature Stage (21%)
    B) Shrinking Stage (37%)
    C) Dusty Stage (42%)
    Answer : C

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