• Why do my feet always get cold when I shovel snow?
  • Does windchill change the actual temperature?

    Like, say the temp outside registers at 36F but the wind is blowing at 6mph. Does that drop the actual temp to 30F? Not just makes it feel like it's 30F? I'm trying to figure out if the foot of snow that dropped last night an today will be gone by Tuesday if the high temp will be 37F with wind at 7mph.
    Like, say the temp outside registers at 36F but the wind is blowing at 6mph. Does that drop the actual temp to 30F? Not just makes it feel like it's 30F? I'm trying to figure out if the foot of snow that dropped last night an today will be gone by Tuesday if the high temp will be 37F with wind at 7mph.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • STATE OF EMERGENCY DUE TO THIS SNOW STORM IN VA. SO PLEASE HELP I'M SCARED?

    Best answer: The state of emergency is just for the roads. Don't go and try to drive in it. It's barely possible that you'll lose electricity for a little while-but snow is not nearly as destructive as thunder storms or ice, so relax. Where I live, at the very suggestion of snow, people run out and buy all the milk,... show more
    Best answer: The state of emergency is just for the roads. Don't go and try to drive in it. It's barely possible that you'll lose electricity for a little while-but snow is not nearly as destructive as thunder storms or ice, so relax. Where I live, at the very suggestion of snow, people run out and buy all the milk, toilet paper and eggs- but the chances are, you can survive for a couple of days on what's in your pantry. So there's nothing to be scared of.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why isnt the west coast storms named ?

    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why has the Eastern US been stuck in a trough pattern for most of 2018 causing more rain than usual?

    Best answer: read up on polar jetstream and arctic amplification. professor jennifer francis at Rudgers university is a leading expert
    Best answer: read up on polar jetstream and arctic amplification. professor jennifer francis at Rudgers university is a leading expert
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • If March 21st the first day of spring then why was it still snowing in March 21st 2018. Clearly this means spring does not begin in March.?

    Best answer: Sometimes there is snow even in April so even in April the spring doesn't begin yet if you think about this in the way you just did.
    Best answer: Sometimes there is snow even in April so even in April the spring doesn't begin yet if you think about this in the way you just did.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • When say that there is a "South easterly wind" ..does that mean the wind is blowing FROM the south east or to the south east?

    Best answer: Wind direction is always given for the direction the wind is coming from.
    Best answer: Wind direction is always given for the direction the wind is coming from.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you know how to tell the distance a lightning strike is from you in miles by counting the seconds from the lightning until the thunder?

    Best answer: The light from the lighnting travels at the speed of light, 186,000 mph. So you see the strike almost instantaneously. Sound, however, travels a mere 1/5 of a mile per second, so it takes the sound 5 seconds per mile to reach you. So if you count 10 seconds between seeing the strike and hearing the thunder, the... show more
    Best answer: The light from the lighnting travels at the speed of light, 186,000 mph. So you see the strike almost instantaneously. Sound, however, travels a mere 1/5 of a mile per second, so it takes the sound 5 seconds per mile to reach you.

    So if you count 10 seconds between seeing the strike and hearing the thunder, the lightning was 10/5 = 2 miles away.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is Delaware, and Maryland the coldest states in the Southern United States?

    Best answer: I'd say so. They get the cold atlantic fronts from Greenland, LOL

    New Mexico's desert gets cold in winter. Markedly colder than its neighbor Arizona. Higher elevations, that's why.

    Unusual question. I like it
    Best answer: I'd say so. They get the cold atlantic fronts from Greenland, LOL

    New Mexico's desert gets cold in winter. Markedly colder than its neighbor Arizona. Higher elevations, that's why.

    Unusual question. I like it
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How many times is hurricane Katrina?

    Best answer: What? I'm studying to teach English, and I couldn't understand what you are trying to say
    Best answer: What? I'm studying to teach English, and I couldn't understand what you are trying to say
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is there any place in the US where it's warm on thanksgiving this year?

    Best answer: Check out temps for southern states.
    Best answer: Check out temps for southern states.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How does an air conditioner monitor temperature?

    I keep my room at significantly higher temperatures than the rest of the house. And my family gets annoyed because it causes the AC to kick in and freeze everyone out. Is there a sensor on every room to check temperature and of so what would one look like ? Os there a way to "disable" it?
    I keep my room at significantly higher temperatures than the rest of the house. And my family gets annoyed because it causes the AC to kick in and freeze everyone out. Is there a sensor on every room to check temperature and of so what would one look like ? Os there a way to "disable" it?
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • It's 39°F Do I wear a coat?

    Best answer: East coast weather is governed by a number of often counter acting factors. So it is infamous for it quick changeability. That's why those of use who grew up in the east dress layered. Which means we start with a light layer of clothing next to our skin and then add additional layers of clothing, like... show more
    Best answer: East coast weather is governed by a number of often counter acting factors. So it is infamous for it quick changeability. That's why those of use who grew up in the east dress layered. Which means we start with a light layer of clothing next to our skin and then add additional layers of clothing, like sweaters, and finally a wind-breaker jacket on the outside layer.

    So when it's 39 deg F you can wear all three layers. But when the Sun rises and the warm front off the Gulf hits your area you can strip off the jacket and maybe even the sweater to be comfortable during the day.
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • How likely is a power outage during the snow storm? I'm asking again because you guys said you'd more details?

    How likely is a power outage during the snow storm? I'm asking again because you guys said you'd more details?

    Best answer: not likely
    Best answer: not likely
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Tuesday’s low temperature?

    Ok, so if the weather report says Tuesday’s low temperature will be, say, 42 degrees, does that mean Monday night(Tuesday morning), or Tuesday night?
    Ok, so if the weather report says Tuesday’s low temperature will be, say, 42 degrees, does that mean Monday night(Tuesday morning), or Tuesday night?
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why is the weather still in the 80s in California?

    Best answer: Isn't southern California SUPPOSED to have Mediterranean climate? Is Willa still affecting your weather. Central Oklahoma got to 80 on Saturday.
    Best answer: Isn't southern California SUPPOSED to have Mediterranean climate? Is Willa still affecting your weather. Central Oklahoma got to 80 on Saturday.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why is the weather in Denver, Colorado as warm as 26C on one day and as cold as -2C on the next day, especially in around October?

    Best answer: This happens because a high pressure weather system with a cold front moves in . weather systems often move from north west to southeast. This happens in central Oklahoma. I, be seen the temperature go from 93 degrees F to 28 degrees F in central Oklahoma, and a more than 20 degree F drop in 20 minutes in New... show more
    Best answer: This happens because a high pressure weather system with a cold front moves in . weather systems often move from north west to southeast. This happens in central Oklahoma. I, be seen the temperature go from 93 degrees F to 28 degrees F in central Oklahoma, and a more than 20 degree F drop in 20 minutes in New Orleans.
    4 answers · 2 months ago