Monthly Archives: August 2011
Clouds are made of small water drops and small ice crystals that scatter light from the sun in all directions. These individual drops and crystals are clear. It is the multitude of drops . . . Continue reading
As the summer begins to fade we have begun to have the first cool nights of the season. When the sky is clear, the winds are calm, and the ground is dry as the sun sets, the conditions are perfect for an interesting phenomena to occur the next morning . . . Continue reading
After what seems like forever to most of us, this past week finally brought some relief from the almost uninterrupted heat and humidity of July and early August . . . Continue reading
High pressure systems can be cold or warm, humid or dry. The origin of a high-pressure region determines its weather characteristics.
If a high-pressure system moves into Wisconsin from the south during the summer . . . Continue reading