Each year we have a 3% chance of having a White Christmas (1” of snow on the ground). To put it another way, Santa has a 97% chance of outfitting his sleigh with wheels each year. What's the outlook this year?
It's too late to name the comet, but certainly not too late to view it. In this Week's World of Weather we'll discuss our newest comet, Novichonok-Nevski. To find out when, where and how bright, just click here:
Frequently used, but rarely explained, wind shear can influence the strength and development of a hurricane, but what does it mean? In this week’s World of Weather we’ll cut, trim and shear off some understanding of this weather term.
What day? What time? What direction?... What cloud cover? We'll answer the questions regarding this weekend's meteor shower and get you set for possibly one to two meteors a minute in this week's World of Weather.
Fighting information overload with tonight's Curiosity landing? In this week's World of Weather we'll simplify the numbers and give you an idea of what to expect should you keep the sandman occupied in order to watch the event unfold.
Looking for a shot at seeing the Northern Lights? Well, in this week’s World of Weather we’ll take a closer look at the solar stain responsible for a possible aurora borealis show this week. Click over to learn more about AR-1476.
After a day searching the ground for Easter eggs, be sure to look up and hunt the night sky for an impressive number of planets and stars. Additionally, we’ll be rolling over the odometer on a trip to Spica in the World of Weather hot rod.
Sure it's great to light the grill in winter, but why is there a bottle of Extra Strength Itch Stopping Cream next to the mustard? This week we’ll discuss the warm winter and in a World of Weather first, our MosquitoCast.
Skywatchers along the East Coast may be able to see a NASA experiment that will launch a series of rockets to learn more about the little-understood jet stream winds that circle the Earth at the edge of space.