Category: weather

On January 22, 1943 in Spearfish, South Dakota, the temperature rose from -4 at 7:32 a.m. to 45 degrees–a rise of 49 degrees—in just two minutes. A couple of hours later, it plunged from 54 back to -4 degrees–a change of 58 degrees in 27 minutes.

(source) Photo :  JERRYE AND ROY KLOTZ MD / wikimedia

High atmospheric pressure affects the bubbles in your coffee. If the bubbles are closer to the center, expect rain or stormy weather.

In WW2, weather reports were censored to prevent enemy submarines from learning about conditions. A football game in Chicago was so covered in fog that the radio announcer couldn’t see the field, but afterwards he was officially thanked for never using the word “fog” or mentioning the weather.