• Where is a place in the US that doesn’t get snow and ice in the winter?

    Best answer: southern Florida and lowland Hawaii (most of Hawaii except way up high in the mountains). I don't think it snows in southern California either, down in the LA basin and south. The desert states (Arizona over to Texas) can get ice or snow pretty far south, even sometimes into Mexico, but I do not think the... show more
    Best answer: southern Florida and lowland Hawaii (most of Hawaii except way up high in the mountains). I don't think it snows in southern California either, down in the LA basin and south. The desert states (Arizona over to Texas) can get ice or snow pretty far south, even sometimes into Mexico, but I do not think the Gulf coast ever gets any.

    Probably about 90-95% of the US land area can see or get (has gotten) ice and snow at least once in a while.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why has the Eastern US been getting a lot of precipitation lately, whether it's snow up north or rain down south?

    Best answer: The reason why the Eastern [sic] US [sic] been getting a lot of precipitation lately, whether it's snow up north or rain down south is related directly to the persistent strength strong Pacific jet stream and its effect on the jet stream across the U.S. The Pacific jet has created a trough of low pressure over... show more
    Best answer: The reason why the Eastern [sic] US [sic] been getting a lot of precipitation lately, whether it's snow up north or rain down south is related directly to the persistent strength strong Pacific jet stream and its effect on the jet stream across the U.S.

    The Pacific jet has created a trough of low pressure over the west and central U.S. which in turn is favorable for areas LOW pressure to form in the lee of the Rockies. The storms then track NE through the Great Lakes region with heavy snow on their NW-ern side and copious rains to the E and SE. This flow regime has been in place for several weeks and shows little sign of changing anytime soon.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • In what state of America has the fiercest weather?

    Best answer: Alabama
    Best answer: Alabama
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Coldest february ever in hou.tx?

    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why did the 2000s decade lack intense heatwaves and the polar vortex in the US?

    Obviously we had hot summers and cold winters from what i remember but never ever hearing about a polar vortex or severe heatwaves like the last 9 years
    Obviously we had hot summers and cold winters from what i remember but never ever hearing about a polar vortex or severe heatwaves like the last 9 years
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How do weathermen predict the weather?

    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How can it be so foggy when it’s -2 Fahrenheit with 2 feet of snow on the ground and drifts 5 feet high in the yard?

    How can it be so foggy when it’s -2 Fahrenheit with 2 feet of snow on the ground and drifts 5 feet high in the yard?

    Best answer: One way it can it be so foggy when it’s -2 Fahrenheit with 2 feet of snow on the ground and drifts 5 feet high in the yard would be if the wind is bringing warmer air into the area. As relatively warmer air blows over the snow pack ... it cools and condenses into the microscopic cloud particles. In this case ...... show more
    Best answer: One way it can it be so foggy when it’s -2 Fahrenheit with 2 feet of snow on the ground and drifts 5 feet high in the yard would be if the wind is bringing warmer air into the area. As relatively warmer air blows over the snow pack ... it cools and condenses into the microscopic cloud particles. In this case ... the cloud is in contact with the ground so it's called fog.

    Meteorologists refer to this as warm advection fog -- advection meaning the movement of a property ... such as temperature or moisture ... by the wind.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Air Quality Alert?

    The area where I live has an air quality alert for tomorrow. We usually only get these in the summer. Why are we having one in the winter?
    The area where I live has an air quality alert for tomorrow. We usually only get these in the summer. Why are we having one in the winter?
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why is Snow White?

    Best answer: Snow crystals reflect all of the colours of light spectrum which, of course, is why it appears white. It is also totally politically correct and falls on everyone regardless of race, colour or creed. However it is old-school challenging in the sense that it sets survival tasks for people and kills the vulnerable... show more
    Best answer: Snow crystals reflect all of the colours of light spectrum which, of course, is why it appears white.

    It is also totally politically correct and falls on everyone regardless of race, colour or creed. However it is old-school challenging in the sense that it sets survival tasks for people and kills the vulnerable without mercy.
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What Is the weather?

    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • In the winter, why can a period of time be sort of warm, but it can become extremely cold just a few days later?

    Since the solar angles won't change much in a few days
    Since the solar angles won't change much in a few days
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why does it hail sometimes and snow others?

    Best answer: Hair forms during a thunderstorm when the winds cycle up and down lifting the rain drops so high up to where the air is freezing even in the Summer so the droplets freeze and if the winds are real strong this keeps happening until the hailstones are too heavy to be lifted and that is how you get the biggest... show more
    Best answer: Hair forms during a thunderstorm when the winds cycle up and down lifting the rain drops so high up to where the air is freezing even in the Summer so the droplets freeze and if the winds are real strong this keeps happening until the hailstones are too heavy to be lifted and that is how you get the biggest hailstones. Snowflakes are crystallized moister so that it has these geometric shapes that you can see if you look at a snowflake through a microscope. Most thunderstorms and therefore is in the warmer weather Summer Spring or Fall but there are a few thunderstorms in the winter and that is where you might get hail and snow.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are the states that voted for Trump the only ones in deep-freeze now?

    just askin'...
    just askin'...
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago