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Since 1971 Americans in the Plains States have gotten used to hearing references to an “F1” through “F5” tornado touching down somewhere throughout the spring and summer, leaving some degree of damage and destruction in its wake. But few of those same inhabitants of “Tornado Alley” know quite what those number means (except that an “F5” is really bad!), or its origin.
Published by Mark Spence 90 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +4 votes | 1 comments
A storm at sea can be spectacular – seen from a safe distance. As the wind passes over the water’s surface it creates waves. But if the force of the wind is strong, powerful waves are generated, gathering momentum until a barrier in their path causes then to break will full force.
Published by Slawomir Puk 90 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +5 votes | 0 comments
Human beings manipulate the weather both intentionally and unintentionally. So far, people have done little of the former but, potentially, a great deal of the latter.
Published by Slawomir Puk 91 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +4 votes | 2 comments
How lightning converts free nitrogen of the air into fertilizer that is water soluble which all plants need.
Published by Nida Cabauatan Abarca 91 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +1 votes | 2 comments
A tropical storm with sustained winds of 74 miles per hour or higher is considered a hurricane. A tropical storm is another name for a hurricane. In other parts of the world this storm is called a cyclone or a typhoon.
Published by mobilecitybuzz 92 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +8 votes | 3 comments
Solar storms are a naturally occurring phenomenon that happen in eleven year cycles. These cycles the Sun goes through could possible have damaging results on our planet.
Published by Shayla Mack 92 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +1 votes | 1 comments
It is summer time and with summer you get the overzealous individuals who go out boating and are not properly prepared. It is foolhardy to go boating without taking proper precautions. Each boating accidents result in serious injury and or death.
Published by carol roach 92 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +7 votes | 10 comments
These beautiful noctilucent clouds once rare are being seen more often and at lower latitudes. Scientists think noctilucent clouds could be a sign of global climate change. What are these clouds and why are they being seen more often.
Published by Sam Montana 93 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +27 votes | 7 comments
How tornadoes are predicted days or hours in advance is not easy. There are numerous ingredients that cause tornadoes and go into predicting the possibility for tornadoes.
Published by Sam Montana 93 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +16 votes | 7 comments
ICELAND VOLCANO SHUTDOWN AIRLINES, THE DURATION IS UNKNOWN. PASSENGERS STRANDED, EMERGENCY WORKERS RESCUE TOURISTS.
Published by Mariana Hernandez 94 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +1 votes | 2 comments
Flooding in 2010 in the Northwest Territories, cause major damaged, thousands with out power and Obama declares State of Emergency for Rhode Island. Rio De Janeiro Gets 13 inches of rain in 24 hours.
Published by Mariana Hernandez 94 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +1 votes | 0 comments
Whenever a lightning bolt strikes the ground with a sandy soil, the creation of fulgurites (petrified lightning) is possible...
Published by thestickman 94 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +8 votes | 9 comments
Is there a connection between El Niño and the incidence of high blood pressure during hot summer months?
Published by Patrick Regoniel 95 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +1 votes | 0 comments
Rainbows are a strange phenomenon, and one of the least well-understood laws of nature, as far as most people are concerned. They're rings of light, often times you can see them in the sky, or in waterfalls, or even in a garden sprinkler on a really nice day. Somehow, we can't see the end of them, and no matter where we go, they always look like they're in the same place. Everyone knows that rainbows occur when light passes through small droplets of water and bounces around, but the following ar...
Published by Jacob Funk 95 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +5 votes | 5 comments
The Eastern United States and parts of Europe have just gone through one of the worst winters in history. Was it because of El Nino and what is El Nino.
Published by Sam Montana 95 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +17 votes | 10 comments
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