The ozone layer is found in the stratosphere and helps protect us from ultra violet light. Find out about the ozone hole and how nations around the world are helping to fix it.
Wondering how to make it snow? While none of these 7 tricks to make it snow are necessarily scientific, they’re certainly fun ways to spend time with your kids and share in the excitement of waking up to a snow day. Don’t miss our list of 8 fun things to do with your kids in the snow… at the very end.
Following are some ways that you can protect your home and your property from a wildfire. Remember, these are things you’ll need to do now… BEFORE a wildfire is present.
Now you can bring your snowflakes inside, thanks to this clever little trick! See how to save snowflakes for 10 years or more with these instructions.
The Little Ice Age brought about a major climate change and centuries of cooler weather — including the ‘Year Without A Summer.’
Record temperatures are usually either hot or cold. Here are 10 record temperatures from both sides of the thermometer.
Getting struck by lightning is no joke. Here’s how to avoid getting struck by lighting when you’re outside, as well as extra tips for protecting yourself when you’re indoors during a lightning storm.
A lot of folks seem confused by when the last day of summer really happens. The calendar tells us one thing, but astronomy tells us something else. See how meteorologists officially determine the beginning and end of summer.
What It’s Like Staying In A Hurricane Shelter + Tips For Staying At An Emergency Shelter vs. Staying At Home Instead Of Evacuating
For the first time ever, I decided to stay in a hurricane shelter. Here’s why I did and what I’ve learned about staying at an emergency shelter during a storm. Plus expert tips to help you decide whether you should stay put at home or evacuate in a hurricane.