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Although tornadoes can strike anywhere in the United States, most of them strike east of the Rocky Mountains. Be prepared, and know what to look for when a tornado strikes. With over 1,000 tornadoes a year, you could be the next one affected. Always be prepared for the worst, and hope for the best.
Published by Tevin Brown 78 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +1 votes | 1 comments
Aeromancy was once a form of divination that interpreted weather patterns such as cloud formations, temperature differences and wind speed as messages from the gods regarding the future five day forecast. This soon however, evolved into a combination of science and technology which is now commonly known today as meteorology.
Published by Alden Morris 79 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +0 votes | 0 comments
As bitter winds sweep across Europe, weather experts wonder if climate change, brought about by a huge loss of sea ice could be the cause. A substantial loss of ice in the waters in the Barents and Kara Seas north of Russia could be the source of harsh icy winds which have enveloped Europe this week.
Published by Tania Ward 79 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +1 votes | 3 comments
The NOAA stands for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The NOAA performs a public service to warn people of hazardous weather.
Published by Charlene Collins 79 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +7 votes | 6 comments
Tornadoes can strike anywhere at any time. On April 27 2011, a storm system ripped across the Southeast. This article provides background information on how tornadoes form and how to better prepare before a severe storm system with tornadoes form in your area.
Published by Gayle Crabtree 79 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +7 votes | 3 comments
Tornadoes can occur almost anywhere, but they are more prevalent in the central and eastern United States. The NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) reports that every year approximately 80 people die in tornadoes and over 1500 people are injured each year. They report that every year the United States have about 800 tornadoes.
Published by Charlene Collins 79 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +8 votes | 7 comments
The United States had severe weather in 2011 with tornadoes, drought and record breaking heat that caused large wildfires. What caused this severe weather.
Published by Sam Montana 80 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +23 votes | 13 comments
Cold fronts can cause amazing temperature and weather changes and also be a danger to your health.
Published by Sam Montana 82 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +25 votes | 8 comments
'Hurricane Irene' is going to cause billions of dollars in damage along a densely populated arc that includes Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and beyond. At least 65 million people could be affected. There are many facts about hurricane which are important and interesting to learn. This post offers 30 facts about hurricane. Hurricanes, Cyclones, Typhoons - by whatever name, tropical systems are some of the most deadly storms known to man. After learning about the nature...
Published by Amera Khanam 85 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +21 votes | 6 comments
The haboob has not only eaten up the city of Phoenix once this summer but actually three to four times that I know of, excluding the one that hit the valley today. It seems to have an insatiable appetite as it spreads clear across the valley swallowing up the homes and businesses...
Published by Pam Lokker 238 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +2 votes | 0 comments
Could it happen again? A blizzard like no other. Have we learned anything at all?
Published by Pat Veretto 85 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +5 votes | 11 comments
A simple how-to guide on successfully preparing for hurricane season.
Published by WriteRight 86 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Thunderstorms can be fascinating to watch. But along with thunderstorms there can be hail. Hail can damage everything in its path and cause injury and death. This is how hail forms in the thunderstorms.
Published by Sam Montana 87 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +37 votes | 16 comments
Scientists at NASA have claimed numerous times now that we should expect such a storm again and they mean to be ready. We no longer just have telegraph wires and some electrical. We have millions of electrical wiring, grids, transformers, communications, and letÂ’s not forget all of the devices we have plugged in at our homes.
Published by Knojiwriter 87 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +2 votes | 0 comments
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