Weather Questions tagged “weather & health” (remove tag filter)
Question: I live in Dunn and for the last couple of days I have been hearing a rumbling sound from the WNW of my back yard. The rumbling has been strong enough at times to shake the windows and make the lights flicker (especially early Sunday between 8 & 9 am). I often hear the artillery noise from Ft Bragg, but this is different. Do you have any idea what this might be? — Ken Collins
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 have learned so much from you regarding dew points. Do you sweat more when dew points are in the 70s because of the lack of evaporation, or are you exerting more energy because of the increase amount of water vapor in the air? — David Malechek
Question: You need to have a barometric pressure reading on the weather page. Current and projected. (Can't imagine why you don't). Headaches and sinuses are effected by the pressure. — Addison Martin
Question: Do birds get struck by lightning? — Doris E. Bornkessel
Question: If you are in an upstairs apartment and there is a tornado where do you go? — Naomi Crudup
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