The global warming debate gets hotter as two respected scientists battle it out in a debate in front of a group of meteorologists.
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.
Count on TheFunTimesGuide to Weather to give you the first score prediction for Super Bowl XLII! The super-secret scientific formula is revealed here.
Why does it rain when the relative humidity is less than 100%? Here’s a quick explanation!
Predicting the Super Bowl winner can be tricky business. So, why not use weather as your baseline? Here’s a surefire formula to predict the winner of any football game. This formula has been proven to work . . . about 50% of the time!
Where are the coldest places on earth? One of the cold spots is closer to home than you might think!
It’s hard to know who to believe about Global Warming. We know the planet is warming, but how much of the warming is caused by humans? We’re all searching for answers.
What is Hoarfrost and why does it form? WeathermanTim takes a look at a process called sublimation, something which can lead to a beautiful morning!
What are the chances of a white Christmas at your house? Statistics and forecasts help us figure that out.
Ever wonder why we get freezing rain instead of snow? Here’s a look at the simple explanation behind winter’s most dangerous form of precipitation: ice!
What we consider ‘normal’ temperature is really anything but normal. Here’s an explanation of what ‘normal’ in terms of the weather really means.
Do you know the differences between low pressure vs high pressure in terms of the weather? Here’s a detailed explanation of each…
What is fog? Here is a weatherman’s explanation of fog — which is really just a big cloud sitting on the ground.
Today was the first day of summer, and my dogs are preparing for the dog days of summer… here’s proof.