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Weather Whys - Why does Tornado Alley get more tornadoes than New York State?
Today's WeatherWhys question comes from Dianne in Deerfield, who is curious about maple syrup and tree-tapping season. As I explain here in the video, there...Read More»
Weather Whys - What weather conditions make the ball travel furthest?
Sam F. in Camden wants to know, "Why does Tornado Alley get more tornadoes than New York State?" it's all about location, location, location, as...Read More»
Weather Whys, Why do I see advisories on my TV that dont affect me?
A Deerfield viewer, who enjoys softball and golf, wants to know, "What weather conditions will get me the biggest bang for my buck on the...Read More»
Weather Whys - Hurricanes; When, Where, Why?
A viewer from Camden has a follow up question to a previous Weather Why, regarding advisories. He wants to know why do many of these...Read More»
Weather Whys - Partly sunny vs Partly cloudy
If you're curious about hurricanes, here is a brief tutorial about when hurricane season is (for the Atlantic in the Northern Hemisphere), where they tend...Read More»
Weather Whys - Why choose Rome/Griffiss over Utica?
How often do I get the question, "What's the difference between partly sunny and partly cloudy?" The answer is as clear as night and day!...Read More»
Weather Whys - What IS the Dew Point, Anyway?
How many times have I fielded questions about why Rome was chosen over Utica, for the Current Conditions, the CNY Temperature map, and the Almanac....Read More»
Weather Whys - How does the Weather Wall work?
You hear Weather folk (Meteorologists) talk about the Dew Point. What is this thing? Is it real? How is it measured? What is the scale used...Read More»
Weather Whys - Why does the Moon appear larger when it is on the horizon?
In this video, I answer a question from New York's own, Senator Joe Griffo! He asks, "Jeff, how does the weather wall work?" I explain...Read More»
In this video, I explore the question, "Why does the Moon appear larger when it is near the horizon, versus when it is more overhead"....Read More»