You are here: Home > Place > Earth > Weather > Heat-Wave
 
Topic Search:
 
 

Heat Wave

What is a heat wave?.


  • Cold is the absense of heat. - 131
  • The more that they mess with the weather the worse it gets. - 264
  • Microwave: A hand gesture used by a midget to say hello. - 412
  • Do not put aluminum foil in the microwave oven! - 413
  • Recently there seems to be extreme weather changes (Hot, Cold, Rain, Snow and Drought). We should all be alert and prepared for anything. - 693
  Key words: Heat, Heatwave, Heat-Wave, Temperature, Wave, Weather  

  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)  

Question: What is a heat wave?
  Answer: During a heat-wave, the outside temperature is greater then 40 degrees Celsius or 104 degrees Fahrenheit. This is usually at least 5 degrees Celsius hotter then normal. - 302


Topics from our world ...


  External related links to the world ...  

The Sky Is Strange!
 The Sky Is Strange!


facebook.com/TheSkyisStrange - 8225
NOAA Tsunami
 NOAA Tsunami


tsunami.noaa.gov - 1078
College of DuPage Weather Lab
 College of DuPage Weather Lab

 Satellite and Radar data.

weather.cod.edu/satrad - 1106
Meteorology and Weather
 Meteorology and Weather

 Meteorology and Weather: A Guide for Students

deckstainhelp.com/meteorology-and-weather-a-guide-for-students - 9228
Staying Safe Outdoors in Severe Weather
 Staying Safe Outdoors in Severe Weather


aaastateofplay.com/staying-safe-outdoors-in-severe-weather - 1205
Weather Channel
 Weather Channel


weather.com - 1107
National Weather Service
 National Weather Service


nws.noaa.gov - 1108
NOAA's National Weather Service
 NOAA's National Weather Service


weather.gov - 1109
Japan Meteorological Agency
 Japan Meteorological Agency


jma.go.jp/jma/indexe.html - 1110
Weather modification history
 Weather modification history


weathermodificationhistory.com - 1111



  Comments and Quotes  

The media calls it "climate-change". Some people believe that it is actually Geo-Engineering that is causing many of the extreme weather events.


Author: Michelle Rooks - Id: 235

The abnormal pattern of increase in temperatures down the Peruvian and Ecuadorian coast is called El Nino. It is part of a bigger change in wind and weather all over the world. El Nino and La Nina are essentially the same phenomenon. When unusually cool temperatures in the ocean occur on the equator between South America and the Date Line, La Nina exists. This happens around Christmas time. El Nino is noticed along the South American coast, in the open Pacific Ocean, near the Galapagos, and near the Date Line 4 months after La Nina. The most significant cause of damage during El Nino is a result of the violent storms it brings and the upsets in global food chain that it puts into effect. The significant damage from La Ni?a is the increase Atlantic hurricane activity that it causes.




Disclaimer: This website is for educational and informational purposes only.



Fog
Fog 41