A snow fence can actually force snow drifts to form someplace else — keeping your driveway, car, or house free of a snow drift. Here’s what you need to know about snow fencing.
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 NOAA reports the Arctic ice cap continues to see melting, rising temperatures, and a thawing future. How does this affect the public’s outlook on global warming?
Some snow trivia for you. Plus, some fun things to do with the kids to enjoy the wintry weather.
Here are lots of fun winter activities that you can enjoy with kids out in the snow. Everything from creating snow art, making snow sculptures, and making snow paintings to making your own backyard skating rink, and other fun snow games to play with kids.
Remember, those who are least affected by bad weather are those who plan ahead and are prepared for it. After all, you know it’s coming. Maybe not today, but it will come! Here’s how to be prepared in the event of you lose electricity at your home after a bad storm.
Every winter somewhere in this country an unusually heavy snowfall will result with some buildings collapsing under the extreme weight of snow accumulating on the roof. Though the nightly news may only converge on large industrial or commercial buildings that buckle under the stress, this is indeed a concern that every homeowner needs to take seriously.
The art of making unique one-of-a-kind snow sculptures using just snow and some common household items you probably already have lying around.
Here are some great tips for making a snowman look totally cool — for yourself and your neighborhood! Eight things that will set your snowman apart from all the rest.
A snow house is made very similar to an igloo, except it is rectangular and doesn’t include a roof. Last year, we made 2 snow houses which became castles and forts that all of the kids in the neighborhood enjoyed playing in.
Did you know that no 2 snowflakes are exactly alike? Even though there is no scientific reason that prevents it. Here’s why, plus other little-known facts about snowflakes.
What do you do if you want some snow for the holiday season — for decorating purposes or just for your kids to play in? You guessed it, you use fake snow! Here are some ways you can have fake snow at your home…
Here are pictures of some of the most creative snowman shapes, faces, arms, and clothes. Plus, fun miniature snowmen too! Use these ideas to make your own one-of-a-kind snowman!
70% of the deaths that take place during a blizzard, happen to people who are traveling during a winter storm. Here’s what to do if your get stuck in your car during a blizzard.
Even if blizzards are infrequent where you live, you should always be prepared for a bad winter storm — just in case. Here are 10 things everyone who lives in a wintery state should do… now!
We usually think of summer as that time between Memorial Day at the end of May and Labor Day in the beginning of September. Officially, that’s not really the case though. Here’s more about ‘the first day of summer’… and for that matter, ‘the first day of winter’. We’ll try to make sense of what’s going on during summer solstice and winter solstice.
Perspective is a funny thing! The ‘beauty’ of snow if very much a matter of perspective, and here’s a funny story highlighting that fact…
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…
Keep track of the latest articles, books and websites about Climate Change.
Can it really get too cold to snow? That age-old question is answered in this article by Weatherman Tim.
Here’s my Super Bowl prediction! It’s highly scientific and has been proven to be accurate 50% of the time!
Strong wind can make a cold day feel even colder by robbing heat from the human body. Here’s the formula used by the National Weather Service and a link to the wind chill calculator.
Here are some tips to help you get prepared in the event cold weather rudely barges in to your neighborhood. Here, you’ll find everything from tips to stay warm, to a list of links to online stores selling cold weather gear.
Kids can have a lot of fun learning about weather and the power of nature. Children can learn from respected sources about Hurricanes and tornadoes… weather safety and emergency procedures… and everything in between!
It may seem like common knowledge to most Americans, but a few southerners have no experiences with things like Snow Drifts. So, for the drift impaired, here’s a quick explainer.