This morning "Good Morning America" weather anchor Sam Champion tested your trivia skills.
Here are a few other facts to test your weather knowledge.
Weather Trivia Fact No. 1: Air Moisture
When the weather becomes warmer the air can hold more moisture, according to the Southeast Regional Climate Center. It says that for every 20-degree (farenheit) temperature increase the amount of water vapor the air can hold actually doubles.
Weather Trivia Fact No. 2: Driest Place on Earth
The Atacama Desert in Chile is the driest place on earth, according to Extreme Science, and ironically it is located on the Chilean coast.
The desert receives less than .01 centimeter of rain each year and will often not have any rain for years. In fact, according to Extreme Science, some areas of the desert have not had rain for more than 400 years.
Weather Trivia Fact No. 3: Once in a Blue Moon
Most of us have heard of the saying "once in a blue moon," referring to a rare occurrence. But it turns out a blue moon is actually not as rare are you might think, according to the Southeast Regional Climate Center. A blue moon is the second full moon in one month and according to the Center it occurs every 2.5 years.
However, the center says two blue moons in one year is very rare, only happening around three or four times every hundred years.
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