By: Terrence Aym
When the polar vortex over the Arctic strengthens, superstorms appear. French climatologists call them "weather bomblets" and are warning northern Europe to prepare for the worst.Scientists, scientific organizations, and agencies like NASA, the ESA and CERN have demonstrated a link between increased solar activity...
By: Vonda J. Sines
The chances are that the last time you stood in line to pay for a few supermarket staples right before a winter storm, you and the person ahead of you didn’t exchange concerns about a graupel on its way. Most Americans haven’t even...
What to expect after a tornado
By: Mshindi Mwema
Tornadoes are ferocious in nature and cause severe damage to property, cars, crops and anything else they find in the way. Direct impact of a tornado will result in injury during or after a tornado. According to study done by CDC (Center for Disease Control...
By: Patrick Sills
Weather forecasts provide people with vital information. Sudden changes in the weather, ranging from predicted precipitation to the most violent of storms, can affect anybody at a moment’s notice. In regard to precipitation, there are two primary types: rain and snow. Those who live...
By: Michael Totten
In mere seconds, a tornado can transform your life forever. During the tornado itself, you will be too busy taking the fast action needed to save your life. Afterwards, when you emerge to see how badly the tornado has ripped up the pieces of your...
By: Lenna Gonya
A tornado is one of mankind’s most dangerous and elusive natural foes. They can develop in the middle of a sunny day, grow within minutes, and strike without warning. They can destroy an entire town, or pick and choose which properties to devastate, and...
Severe weather warnings issued across UK
By: Craig Buck
The UK is braced for a weekend of severe weather following warnings from the MET office. Heavy snow, ice and blustery winds are predicted for many places as winter finally starts to take effect. The UK has so far enjoyed a relatively mild winter with...
Why the North and South Poles are so cold
By: Rex Trulove
It isn't unusual for a person to wonder why the north and south poles are cold, while the equator is so hot. To understand the reason for this, it is helpful to know a little bit about the earth and a little bit about the...
By: Christa Banchs
Air - it is all around. It can move slow or fast. It can gust past as a storm approaches or as the storm rages its magnificent fury. Air is a huge component in tornados and sandstorms. Slow moving air cools people on a hot...
How to deal with a surprise hail storm
By: Kate Johns
A surprise hail storm can cause millions of dollars in damage to cars, crops, nature, homes, and businesses. A surprise hail storm can also cause quite a bit of damage to people. Hail storms usually happen unexpectedly, and there is nothing you can do to...

 

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