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Gayle Crabtree has written 1 Weather & Meteorology articles, has received +7 recommendations and is currently the #18 ranked expert in this subject.
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Explanation of air masses and depressions and how they effect the weather system around us everyday.
Published by Slawomir Puk 94 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +3 votes | 1 comments
Explanation of the forming of clouds and the different types of clouds
Published by Slawomir Puk 94 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +1 votes | 1 comments
Besides keeping us warm, the Sun also supplies the energy to drive the EarthÂ’s powerful and complicated weather systems. Wind, rain, snow, hail, fog, frost, heat and cold are the ground-level effects of the SunÂ’s heat on our planetÂ’s air, water and land at different latitudes.
Published by Slawomir Puk 94 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +1 votes | 0 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 94 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +5 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 99 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +5 votes | 5 comments
You might think there is just the one type of lightning you see. There are actually numerous types, from the familiar to lightning that flashes out the top of the thunderstorm, out into space.
Published by Sam Montana 99 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +27 votes | 16 comments
The chinook winds can be a warming wind bringing instant spring in the middle of winter or a howling destructive windstorm. Chinook winds can raise temperatures by 25 to 35 degrees in minutes. What causes the chinook winds.
Published by Sam Montana 102 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +8 votes | 0 comments
What are the Santa Ana winds of southern California and how they create wildfires.
Published by Sam Montana 105 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +22 votes | 6 comments
Find out how a rainbow is formed.
Published by Aldrin Wilding-West 106 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +1 votes | 2 comments
How hurricanes form and maintain themselves. Why hurricanes are needed.
Published by Sam Montana 108 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +12 votes | 2 comments
What causes lightning and how it forms.
Published by Sam Montana 112 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +10 votes | 2 comments
Learn how to be a storm spotter and know what the weather will be.
Published by Sam Montana 113 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +3 votes | 4 comments
Tornadoes are dangerous and fascinating at the same time. They are awe inspiring to watch. There can one tornado or there can be several at one time. Here is how a tornado forms.
Published by Sam Montana 113 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +6 votes | 5 comments
When will the next ice age occur and why caused other ices ages.
Published by Sam Montana 114 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +5 votes | 6 comments
How snowflakes form and is it true that no two snowflakes are the same.
Published by Sam Montana 115 months ago in Weather & Meteorology | +4 votes | 4 comments
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