Video Post

Wonderful video of Noctilucent Clouds over Canada on June 21.

These clouds are the highest visible clouds in the atmosphere and take place at altitudes about 50 miles above the ground. They are formed when filaments of summertime water vapor collect around meteoroids to form tiny ice crystals.

They used to be confined to mainly Arctic latitudes, but they are now brightening and spreading farther south. They have been seen in the past few years as far south as Colorado and Kansas.

June 22, 2016

Noctilucent Clouds Dazzle Eyes over Canada

Wonderful video of Noctilucent Clouds over Canada on June 21. These clouds are the highest visible clouds in the atmosphere and take place at altitudes about […]
May 5, 2016

Why the 7-Day Forecast is Sometimes Wrong

September 10, 2015

Why the 7-Day Forecast is Sometimes Wrong

  Be sure and check out Steve’s books “Twister Tales: Unraveling Tornado Myths” for adults and “Weather Wits and Science Snickers” for kids on Amazon!   […]
July 31, 2015

Award-winning book for ages 8 and up…

This short video explains what’s going on with “Weather Wits and Science Snickers”, winner of three awards including 1st place for children’s non-fiction from the National […]