If you’ve ever gotten the impression that the percent chance of precipitation your weather man calls out in the nightly news might have been mostly crap, you would be partly wrong. Weather Wonk Ben Ayres gives us the details:
How can weather affect the fall’s foliage? Our Weather Wonk, Ben Ayres, explains.
The Oxford English Dictionary identifies 171 thousand words in the current-usage English language. Which to pick from when reporting a story?
The choice is not a small one. For example, was there a “controversy” or a “dust-up” surrounding that call … Continue reading
Every spring, as seasonal changes bring frosts, freezes and steep drops on temperatures, reports are that local crops could be damaged by the severe weather. But what, exactly, is the damage caused by these changes? RIT journalism student Rebecca Boone reports.
I was stunned and panic-stricken this morning. I looked outside my window and there was an unmistakable one to two inches of accumulated snow on top of my car. I couldn’t believe my eyes, seeing as how scientists have been … Continue reading