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How Much Do You Know About Hurricanes? Take Our Quiz

Hurricane season has begun! It’s the perfect time to test your knowledge about these destructive storms. How much do you know? Take our quiz!

Hurricane Quiz

Be sure to check out our hurricane preparedness tips here!

20 comments

1 Makayla { 08.02.19 at 7:51 pm }

I got 100 and I like quizzes do it was fin

2 Jane Robbins { 07.22.19 at 4:42 pm }

I am Jane from Maine. I got 80%. If your a ” Main-ah” you gotta know your “weathah”

3 Angela Lebron { 06.12.19 at 1:16 pm }

Got 80 % not to bad.

4 Kat { 06.10.19 at 2:27 pm }

I got 60%. I am from Vermont where we now have hurricanes…

5 ronnie { 06.09.19 at 8:29 am }

Wrong about the cat 5 storms. Even Lilli was a cat 5 storm. For some reason it lost steam before landfall. We get hot-spots in the gulf-stream just off the coast and they cool off just before landfall.

6 Susan Higgins { 06.06.19 at 8:23 am }

Thank you, Larry!

7 Larry R Curts { 06.05.19 at 8:52 pm }

You need to up-date question 8. Micheal which hit Mexico Beach, FL in October 2018 has been up-graded to a Cat 5 hurricane

8 Matt { 06.05.19 at 8:12 pm }

100% – studied weather my entire life! 🙂

9 Mary Buttry { 06.05.19 at 2:41 pm }

I did pretty well for not living in the coastal regions of the US! I got 50% of the answers right and have not been physically in the path of a hurricane! I’ve lived in central Illinois my entire life! We get tornados and floods in our areas!

10 RedBull { 06.05.19 at 1:22 pm }

I beg to differ…when the eye of Irma passed just 3 miles from my home on Saddlebunch Key… in the Florida Keys… the Weather Channel had a representative taking wind readings just down our street. He clocked 156mph sustained winds. My neighbor’s wind meter busted when it reached 157mph….

11 Bee Clemons { 06.05.19 at 9:49 am }

#10. Any question that includes the word never is always wrong.

12 Travis R. { 06.05.19 at 6:55 am }

BAM!!!!! 100%….always wanted to grow up and be just like Jim Cantore!!!!!!

13 Joseph Daniel { 06.05.19 at 6:39 am }

OK

14 Jim Pellicano { 06.05.19 at 6:29 am }
15 Susan Higgins { 04.29.19 at 11:49 am }

Good job!

16 LADONNA { 04.28.19 at 10:01 pm }

I got a 90% wow…

17 LADONNA { 04.28.19 at 9:58 pm }

Great…

18 Weatherette { 09.04.18 at 10:41 pm }

80% might of known i would not know all history on the past hurricans. Almost got it right.

19 Darius { 06.13.18 at 11:18 am }

70-100%! Can’t Believe it.

20 Michael Taz WrightReynolds { 05.30.18 at 6:15 pm }

good

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