Bored? Not a great day to be outdoors? You can stay entertained indoors with these challenging and fun weather quiz tests.
Fog is caused by various condensation, temperature, and wind combinations. Here you'll find everything you need to know about fog, how it differs from smog, and helpful tips for you if you live in a foggy area.
Fog and smog may sound like similar words, but they mean 2 very different things. Fog is caused by various condensation, temperature, and wind combinations. Smog pollution is the soupy, dangerous result of what happens when pollutants get trapped in the air.
Ever wonder what all of those numbers and symbols on weather maps mean? Here’s what you need to know and how to read a weather map…
Why does it rain when the relative humidity is less than 100%? Here’s a quick explanation!
What is fog? Here is a weatherman’s explanation of fog — which is really just a big cloud sitting on the ground.