• Why is it so cold right now in the Midwest.?

    Why is it so cold right now in the Midwest.?

    Best answer: The reason why it is so cold right now in the Midwest is b/c it isn't cold right now in the Midwest. If anything ... the Midwest 'right now' is experiencing above normal temperatures. The only way one could consider the Midwest to be cold right now is if the central Plains had be redefined as the... show more
    Best answer: The reason why it is so cold right now in the Midwest is b/c it isn't cold right now in the Midwest.
    If anything ... the Midwest 'right now' is experiencing above normal temperatures.

    The only way one could consider the Midwest to be cold right now is if the central Plains had be redefined as the Midwest (HINT: it hasn't).
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is it possible for snow to fall in June, July or August in Chicago?

    records only go back 150 years and it hasn t happened in that many years, but if we looked back 1000 years would we find a few instances of snow during the summer?
    records only go back 150 years and it hasn t happened in that many years, but if we looked back 1000 years would we find a few instances of snow during the summer?
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What does scatterd showers mean?

    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Does snow in April usually last long?

    I live in Connecticut, and there might be some accumulating snow on Saturday. But from what I heard, the pavement is a lot warmer now, and the sun angle is a lot stronger.
    I live in Connecticut, and there might be some accumulating snow on Saturday. But from what I heard, the pavement is a lot warmer now, and the sun angle is a lot stronger.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • If it snows on Easter, will it snow the next 7 Sundays in a row?

    They always say if it Rains on Easter that it will rain the next 7 Sundays in a row. It is snowing like crazy here in central illinois right now on Easter Sunday.
    They always say if it Rains on Easter that it will rain the next 7 Sundays in a row. It is snowing like crazy here in central illinois right now on Easter Sunday.
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • El Niño responsible for April snows?

    I think that El Niño is responsible for snow in April.
    I think that El Niño is responsible for snow in April.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is the 23 inches reported during the 1967 Chicago blizzard a legitimate measurement?

    The measurement seems odd for a number of reasons. First, it is an all time record. Chicago has never seen much more than 20 inches out of a single snow event. Second, it is very exact. 23 inches. It seems like somebody rounded it up to 23 in order to exaggerate the impact of the storm. Third, only Chicago reported... show more
    The measurement seems odd for a number of reasons. First, it is an all time record. Chicago has never seen much more than 20 inches out of a single snow event. Second, it is very exact. 23 inches. It seems like somebody rounded it up to 23 in order to exaggerate the impact of the storm. Third, only Chicago reported heavy snow during the event. There is no mention of anything happening in other parts of the Midwest like Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, or even other parts of Northern Illinois. It seems like the snow fell only in Chicago. I personally think the snow totals were more along the lines of 12-18 inches, but they were exaggerated to just under 2 feet because people were caught off guard by the storm. In other words, the number was invented to reflect the perceived impact of the storm.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Weather help?

    Best answer: Water freezes at 32F and boils at 212F. A typical indoor temperature is 70F. If it's 70F outdoors, it is neither cold nor hot. You don't say where you live in America...what would be "cold" in southern California might be considered "pleasant" in New Jersey. Short answer: low numbers... show more
    Best answer: Water freezes at 32F and boils at 212F.
    A typical indoor temperature is 70F.
    If it's 70F outdoors, it is neither cold nor hot.

    You don't say where you live in America...what would be "cold" in southern California might be considered "pleasant" in New Jersey.

    Short answer: low numbers are cold, high numbers are hot.
    But notice that occasionally the temperature will be reported in Celsius rather than Fahrenheit -- further confusion. ALMOST always reported in Fahrenheit.
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Weather for penticton bc canada?

    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • How often does Iowa get Tornadoes?

    Best answer: I am not going to try to take the time to research every detail, but I can tell you that Iowa is in the area of the US that is known as "Tornado Alley" which basically means it is one of the states more likely to experience tornadoes when conditions are right. It is among the top ten in the US for... show more
    Best answer: I am not going to try to take the time to research every detail, but I can tell you that Iowa is in the area of the US that is known as "Tornado Alley" which basically means it is one of the states more likely to experience tornadoes when conditions are right. It is among the top ten in the US for tornadoes. Iowa has an average of about 49 tornadoes per year. (based on averages collected between 1991 to 2015)

    Although tornadoes can happen during anytime of the year if conditions are right, there is a season for tornadoes in which the right conditions are most likely to happen. That is between March through June.

    http://www.ustornadoes.com/2016/04/06/annual-and-monthly-tornado-averages-across-the-united-states/

    https://www.livescience.com/25675-tornado-alley.html
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • Weather for 90714?

    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Conditions to produce large, single snowflakes?

    I'm trying to preserve a snowflake https://www.popsci.com/diy/article/2006-02/save-snowflake-decades The first snowstorm produced snowflakes too tiny to bother with (because it was unusually cold?). The second snowstorm produced larger snowflakes, but they were clumped together. What weather factors are... show more
    I'm trying to preserve a snowflake https://www.popsci.com/diy/article/2006-... The first snowstorm produced snowflakes too tiny to bother with (because it was unusually cold?). The second snowstorm produced larger snowflakes, but they were clumped together. What weather factors are optimal for collecting large, single snowflakes?
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why two Sunday's in weather forecast?

    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Is it possible for NYC to get 4 feet of snow from a single storm?

    In 2013, Hamden Connecticut received 40 inches from winter storm Nemo. That's pretty close to NYC. Is it possible for a similar set up to happen where NYC (Central Park) receives 4 feet (48 inches) of snow? Why hasn't it happen yet?
    In 2013, Hamden Connecticut received 40 inches from winter storm Nemo. That's pretty close to NYC. Is it possible for a similar set up to happen where NYC (Central Park) receives 4 feet (48 inches) of snow? Why hasn't it happen yet?
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why has the northeast US been getting slammed with one nor'easter after another lately?

    Why has the northeast US been getting slammed with one nor'easter after another lately?

    Best answer: The real reason why the northeast US [sic] has been getting slammed with one nor'easter after another lately is b/c the upper air wind flow across the country has featured a ridge of warm air in the west and a trough of cold air in the east. In this scenario ... storms develop and track along east side of the... show more
    Best answer: The real reason why the northeast US [sic] has been getting slammed with one nor'easter after another lately is b/c the upper air wind flow across the country has featured a ridge of warm air in the west and a trough of cold air in the east. In this scenario ... storms develop and track along east side of the trough axis which lately has been over the northeast U.S.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Are early or late season snowstorms more intense?

    Best answer: I d say that it depends on the climate. If the area is generally dryer in the winter, and more wet in the summer; snowstorms could be more intense early and late in the season if there's cold air in place. The great lakes region gets more snow early and late in the season because the lakes are melted and... show more
    Best answer: I d say that it depends on the climate. If the area is generally dryer in the winter, and more wet in the summer; snowstorms could be more intense early and late in the season if there's cold air in place. The great lakes region gets more snow early and late in the season because the lakes are melted and warmer, which causes more moisture to create more significant snow. If the area has a more generally wet winter, and dry summer then it would be the opposite.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Do parts of California stay hot at night in the summer just like parts of Arizona and Nevada do?

    I know the coast of southern California cools off at night to usually around 70 degrees, a comfortable temp. But further inland does it stay HOT out even after dark like in Las Vegas or Phoenix?
    I know the coast of southern California cools off at night to usually around 70 degrees, a comfortable temp. But further inland does it stay HOT out even after dark like in Las Vegas or Phoenix?
    4 answers · 1 month ago