• Can there be snow near a warm place?

    Would it be possible for there to be snow within a walking distance from an area that s relatively warm? The timing of the weather, climate, and environment aren t important.
    Would it be possible for there to be snow within a walking distance from an area that s relatively warm? The timing of the weather, climate, and environment aren t important.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is Bannon cooler than Trump?

    Bannon - intelligent, naval intelligence, military service, not a coward, not a bufoon, not a moron, scary, intellectual, media savvy... Bannon is cooler than Trump, no? Would he win if it were an election of him vs. trump
    Bannon - intelligent, naval intelligence, military service, not a coward, not a bufoon, not a moron, scary, intellectual, media savvy... Bannon is cooler than Trump, no? Would he win if it were an election of him vs. trump
    4 answers · 3 hours ago
  • What are Canadian Summers like?

    16 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can Florida get Gulf effect snow?

    If very cold air from the north-west blew over the Gulf of Mexico.
    If very cold air from the north-west blew over the Gulf of Mexico.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Question about wind and cold weather?

    during the winter in my hometown it gets cold, sometimes warm but before it goes back to cold we experience high winds blowing. when the winds calm it is super freezing. this usually happens when we get warmer days during the winter
    during the winter in my hometown it gets cold, sometimes warm but before it goes back to cold we experience high winds blowing. when the winds calm it is super freezing. this usually happens when we get warmer days during the winter
    5 answers · 7 days ago
  • How come sometimes it snows when its above 32 degrees?

    Is it because high up in the sky it's very cold and it doesn't have time to melt before it reaches the ground? Because the forecast said 3-5 inches of snow. now it says 1-3 though. but the hour by hour forecast its not gonna get below 35 degrees. Yet we're still gonna get snow.
    Is it because high up in the sky it's very cold and it doesn't have time to melt before it reaches the ground? Because the forecast said 3-5 inches of snow. now it says 1-3 though. but the hour by hour forecast its not gonna get below 35 degrees. Yet we're still gonna get snow.
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why are winter storms being named?

    Best answer: ONLY the Weather Channel is naming winter storms. There is NOTHING official about the winter storm names.Yes, it really is ALL marketing and and public relations FOR THE WEATHER CHANNEL. The World Meteorological Organization and the NOAA ARE NOT naming these winter ... show more
    Best answer: ONLY the Weather Channel is naming winter storms. There is NOTHING official about the winter storm names.Yes, it really is ALL marketing and and public relations FOR THE WEATHER CHANNEL. The World Meteorological Organization and the NOAA ARE NOT naming these winter storms. Supposedly it is easier to remember which winter storm is which if it has a name. That is WHY the started naming Atlantic hurricanes in 1953. It is easier to remember a name like Betsy (1965), Camille( 1968). Edith (1971). Katrina, Rita and Wilma ( 2005) than it is is to remember the double eyed hurricane of 1947 in New Orleans.

    ONLY the Weather channel is naming winter storms.. There is NOTHING official about the name winter storm names.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is snow accumulation Can there be 1/16 of snow to call it accumulating on the ground, a work mate said it has to be past your shoe sole?

    Best answer: if it is too light to measure then they simply call it trace, but if there is snow on the ground, I don't know what other word would apply except accumulation. There is snow there, and it wasn't there before, which means that it accumulated (didn't melt away).
    Best answer: if it is too light to measure then they simply call it trace, but if there is snow on the ground, I don't know what other word would apply except accumulation. There is snow there, and it wasn't there before, which means that it accumulated (didn't melt away).
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • What are snow showers?

    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How far can a band of clouds move in a day?

    Best answer: How far a band of clouds can move in a day depends on their altitude above ground level (AGL) b/c wind speed increases with height. Low (high) level clouds such as cumulus (cirrus) are found near 4,500' (25,000') AGL where typical wind speed ranges typically between 20 (50) and 30 (75) mph; therefore ...... show more
    Best answer: How far a band of clouds can move in a day depends on their altitude above ground level (AGL) b/c wind speed increases with height.

    Low (high) level clouds such as cumulus (cirrus) are found near 4,500' (25,000') AGL where typical wind speed ranges typically between 20 (50) and 30 (75) mph; therefore ... all else equal .. cumulus (cirrus) clouds theoretically travel ~600 (~1,500) miles.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Enough rain and lightning storms for us ?

    Best answer: You say that like we have a magical device that can control the weather. Winter sucks unfortunately...
    Best answer: You say that like we have a magical device that can control the weather. Winter sucks unfortunately...
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why is the US so cold right now?

    in the literal sense as in weather
    in the literal sense as in weather
    22 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why does it rain so much in the month of March?

    Best answer: This was well covered in class.
    Check you notes.
    Best answer: This was well covered in class.
    Check you notes.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago