• What causes wind to blow naturally?

    I know something about pressure, gravity and planetary movement but... Is it that when clouds roll in the sky, they push the air into the atmosphere thus generating winds?
    I know something about pressure, gravity and planetary movement but... Is it that when clouds roll in the sky, they push the air into the atmosphere thus generating winds?
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How often does it snow in Atlanta?

    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Difference between dry heat and humid heat?

    I ve lived in the east US my whole life (Tennessee, the Carolinas and New England a bit) and am used to humid heat but am soon moving to Arizona where everyone says even though it s hotter it feels better than the humidity down south. What exactly do they mean by that? What does dry heat feel like?
    I ve lived in the east US my whole life (Tennessee, the Carolinas and New England a bit) and am used to humid heat but am soon moving to Arizona where everyone says even though it s hotter it feels better than the humidity down south. What exactly do they mean by that? What does dry heat feel like?
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Weather today?

    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is this hurricane rotating Clockwise or Counterclockwise ?
  • Where do stratus clouds form?

    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Which area in Britain is the sunniest?

    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What is El Niño?

    Best answer: Normally Pacific winds blow from East to West, and build up warm ocean waters off Australia and Asia, this water can be hundreds of meters deep, During El Nino these winds fail and the warm ocean waters flow back to the East releasing their heat and affecting the climate. Droughts in Asia and Australia, floods and... show more
    Best answer: Normally Pacific winds blow from East to West, and build up warm ocean waters off Australia and Asia, this water can be hundreds of meters deep,
    During El Nino these winds fail and the warm ocean waters flow back to the East releasing their heat and affecting the climate.
    Droughts in Asia and Australia, floods and storms in South America and the East coast of the US.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why does it sometimes snow in April?

    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Does london have tornadoes?

    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • I saw lightning or light filling the sky for 1 second long and it happened 3 times but I heard no sound after??

    It’s night time and it’s raining heavily outside (I’m in Oregon) and it’s really windy and I was sitting in my living room where I can see the kitchen window through the doorway and I was looking at the window and I saw 3 bright flashes of light that lasted about one second each with about a few seconds in between... show more
    It’s night time and it’s raining heavily outside (I’m in Oregon) and it’s really windy and I was sitting in my living room where I can see the kitchen window through the doorway and I was looking at the window and I saw 3 bright flashes of light that lasted about one second each with about a few seconds in between and I thought it was lightning but I didn’t hear any thunder or any sounds after and I tried to search what it was but couldn’t find any answers for what I saw. What could it be???
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • How cold is Los angeles in winter?

    Best answer: It can get quite chilly in the winter, enough to have to wear a light jacket...maybe upper 50s during the day and low 40s at night. Of course that's on average, there have been extreme as well.
    Best answer: It can get quite chilly in the winter, enough to have to wear a light jacket...maybe upper 50s during the day and low 40s at night. Of course that's on average, there have been extreme as well.
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Why was the 2017 hurricane season so average?

    Best answer: 2016 was actually worse than 2017 in the Atlantic/Eastern Pacific, but we didn't hear anything about it in the LAME STREAM MEDIA. 2016 : 18 Tropical Storms/Depressions - 20 NAMED Hurricanes 2017 : 12 Tropical Storms/Depressions - 17 NAMED Hurricanes 3 hurricanes make landfall and all is forgotten, I guess. show more
    Best answer: 2016 was actually worse than 2017 in the Atlantic/Eastern Pacific, but we didn't hear anything about it in the LAME STREAM MEDIA.

    2016 : 18 Tropical Storms/Depressions - 20 NAMED Hurricanes

    2017 : 12 Tropical Storms/Depressions - 17 NAMED Hurricanes

    3 hurricanes make landfall and all is forgotten, I guess.
    11 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why in Florida they tell residents to evacuate for hurricanes but in Ireland and UK we were only told to stay indoors for Hurrican Ophelia?

    Best answer: Hurricanes reach FL by crossing over the warm Gulf water and building strength as they go. They reach the UK by traveling over cold ocean water and losing strength.
    Best answer: Hurricanes reach FL by crossing over the warm Gulf water and building strength as they go. They reach the UK by traveling over cold ocean water and losing strength.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why aren't tornadoes given names like hurricanes?

    Best answer: Tornadoes are too short lived to give them names. Most of the time, they can't even declare there's a tornado before the storm's broken up. For many things they depend on people on the ground.

    Hurricanes, meanwhile, form far from land, and can be around for 2 weeks or more.
    Best answer: Tornadoes are too short lived to give them names. Most of the time, they can't even declare there's a tornado before the storm's broken up. For many things they depend on people on the ground.

    Hurricanes, meanwhile, form far from land, and can be around for 2 weeks or more.
    5 answers · 1 month ago