True or false:Snow can fall at temperatures well above freezing. Getty Images True Correct Incorrect True False Correct Incorrect False Correct! Wrong! According to The Weather Company, it can snow up to around 46 degrees. Which is deadlier during hurricanes and tropical storms? Getty Images Wind Correct Incorrect Wind Water Correct Incorrect Water Correct! Wrong! Water is far more deadly. The hottest US temperature ever recorded was in _. Getty Images Thermal, CA Correct Incorrect Thermal, CA Lake Havasu City, AZ Correct Incorrect Lake Havasu City, AZ Death Valley, CA Correct Incorrect Death Valley, CA Correct! Wrong! The mercury hit 134 degrees in Death Valley on July 10, 1913. True or false:If you hear thunder, lightning is close enough to strike you. Getty Images True Correct Incorrect True False Correct Incorrect False Correct! Wrong! During a thunderstorm, lightning is a threat even if you can't see it. Which are cirrus clouds? Getty Images Image: Via NOAA / NASA Correct Incorrect Via NOAA / NASA Via NOAA / NASA Image: Via NOAA / NASA Correct Incorrect Via NOAA / NASA Via NOAA / NASA Image: Via NOAA / NASA Correct Incorrect Via NOAA / NASA Via NOAA / NASA Correct! Wrong! Cirrus clouds are high clouds, whereas cumulus clouds (second photo) and stratus clouds (third photo) are low clouds, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. What expresses the level of discomfort resulting from the effects of temperature and humidity? Getty Images Wind chill Correct Incorrect Wind chill Heat index Correct Incorrect Heat index Relative humidity Correct Incorrect Relative humidity Correct! Wrong! When the temperature is above 65 degrees, the "feels like" temp shows the heat index value. Which type of pressure system results in mostly clear skies and calm weather? Getty Images High pressure system Correct Incorrect High pressure system Moderate pressure system Correct Incorrect Moderate pressure system Low pressure system Correct Incorrect Low pressure system Correct! Wrong! Low pressure systems, on the other hand, bring overcast skies and rain. To be classified as a hurricane, a system must have sustained winds of at least _ mph. Getty Images 56 Correct Incorrect 56 74 Correct Incorrect 74 92 Correct Incorrect 92 Correct! Wrong! A hurricane "warning" indicates that hurricane conditions — sustained winds of 74 mph or higher — are expected somewhere within the area. A periodic warming of water near the equator in the central and eastern Pacific Ocean is called... Getty Images El Calenta-miento Correct Incorrect El Calenta-miento La Niña Correct Incorrect La Niña El Niño Correct Incorrect El Niño Correct! Wrong! This warming water can then affect atmospheric patterns, with influences on the hurricane season. If a forecaster is 100% confident rain will occur in 20% of the forecast area, the chance of rain is _%. Getty Images 10% Correct Incorrect 10% 20% Correct Incorrect 20% 100% Correct Incorrect 100% Correct! Wrong! Probability of precipitation multiplies the confidence that precipitation will occur somewhere within the forecast area and the percent of area that will receive measurable precipitation, if at all, according to The Weather Company. A huge thank you to The Weather Company for providing research assistance!