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Air and Weight

Posted Feb 7th - 4:27pm

Hi, I am a second-grader who is working on a science fair project, "Can you weigh air?" My teacher would like us to ask an expert, and I was hoping that you could give me your opinion.

If you have an answer to this question, and how you know, I would appreciate your help.

Mason


Dry States

Posted Feb 7th - 1:21pm

Who has the most average precipitation per year Utah or Arizona? And how much does each state have?

Thanks,

Ryan


Weather Experiments

Posted Feb 6th - 4:54pm

My daughter has a science project at school coming up. She has always been interested with tornadoes. I am originally from Georgia so I know about them, but I am not real sure how to help make a tornado, do you have any advice? I know during weather school when I didn't work I tried to watch, but it has been a while.

Thanks, Sandra K

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Latest Seasonal Snow

Posted Feb 4th - 1:11pm

I have a sports car that I care for gingerly and keep stored in a garage all winter. I want to know what's the latest date that we have had snowfall here in Utah so I can better judge when I can pull my baby out of storage!

Kurtis H.

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Cool Clouds

Posted Feb 3rd - 6:08pm

My family and I watched these very unusual cloud formations and then decided to take a picture of them and send them to you to ask you what they were or why they looked that way. We live in Clinton and we took these pictures around 5:30pm looking West toward the Great Salt Lake. Please let us know what they are

Thank you.

Greg R.


Winter and Cold

Posted Feb 3rd - 4:46pm

The earth is pointed away from the sun more in December than any other month of the year including January. Therefore, why isn't December colder than January?

Richard S.

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Average Temeperatures

Posted Feb 2nd - 4:16pm

I understand that U.S. temperature reporting has been consistent for about 160 years. Where can I get the highest and lowest temperature for each year for major cities? I have looked on many government web sites without success.

Kenneth G. **********************************************************

You can find some climate data online but this kind of particular request will probably cost you some dough.


Ring Around the Moon

Posted Feb 1st - 5:06pm

What is the large ring around the room tonight? I think it looks cool my daughter thinks it looks creepy.

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Creepy? That's the first time I've heard that on a moon halo. The ring around the moon is just a halo. It's caused by tiny ice crystals shaped like hexagons bending the light. You can get one around the sun sometimes too.


Freezing Rain

Posted Jan 28th - 4:18pm

Why doesn't Utah get freezing rain, but snow instead? Does it have something to do with the humidity?

Nate

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Sunrise and Sunset

Posted Jan 27th - 5:35pm

How/where/who sets the time for sunrise and sunset?

Steve M.

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