Cozy up with your knits and break out your game face, it’s time for this KAL’s pattern prize trivia contest! PM me on Ravelry with your answers – get them all correct and you’ll be entered into a drawing for a pattern from my shop. Entries due by Monday January 29th, 9am EST.
Q1. A bomb cyclone is officially (that is, meteorologically) known as:
A. Duck and cover
B. Explosive cyclogenesis
C. Arctic blasts
Q2. The bomb cyclone that hit Jan 3rd and inspired the KAL was named:
Q3. True or False: Bombogenesis is another name for a bomb cyclone
Q4. The definition of a bombogenesis is
A. Pressure drops 24 millibars in 24 hours
B. Pressure drops 12 millibars in 24 hours
C. Pressure drops 6 millibars in 24 hours
D. Pressure drops 1 millibar in 24 hours
Q5. What did Carly from Aubrey Ann Sewing Co donate as a prize for the bomb cyclone kal?
A. A puppy
B. A needle holder
C. A project bag
D. A trip to Maine
Q6. True or False: The bomb cyclone hit North Carolina up to Maine, with snow effects felt as far south as Florida.
Q7. True or False: Winds reached speeds of 80 mph during the cyclone (in the US).
Q8. True or False: The water surge in Boston broke the previous record from 1978.
Q9. My favorite Bomb Cyclone KAL pattern is:
A. Arctic Climes
D. Snow Gazer