Question: Natural phenomena or just plain weirdness? Last night during the Bulls baseball game it started raining tiny gnats. Literally. For about two or three minutes they fell from the sky like a misty rain. You could look on your clothes and see them everywhere, look up into the flood-lit night sky and see them like snowflakes. Oddly enough, all the gnats were dead. Everyone was wondering what was happening. Any idea about what occurred? — Brian
Question: I am trying to find out the date and time mid-summer 2012 hail storm in Fayetteville. — Steve Herring
Question: Normally weather patterns move West to East. Why do hurricanes move East to West? — Richard Dana
Question: What planet(s) weather are most like Earth? — Mark
Question: Did the Spring meteor that hit Russia have anything to do with the cooler summer this year? — Nancy Ford
Question: What is the definition of "inshore" and "offshore" in North Carolina? I have searched both the NOAA and US Coast Guard websites and have not found an answer. These terms are used frequently with respect to scuba diving wrecks and as I do more of this I'd like to know what these terms mean. — Jana Johnson
Question: While recognizing that summer's not quite over yet, it seems like we've escaped the typical hottest days of summer. What is the highest temperature RDU has recorded this summer? When was the last time we had such a low maximum temperature for a summer/year? — Rob M.
Question: A couple of years ago the jet stream set up on Europe and gave them one of the coldest and snowiest winters on record. It seems the deep troughs are setting up early this year bringing us cooler temps and more moisture this summer. Could this be setting us up for a cold and snowy winter like Europe experienced? — Jim Davis
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