The best things to do when entering a hot car are opening the windows and cranking up the A.C. Is this true or false?
A heat advisory is in effect for today.
A pertinent question considering how hot temperatures will be this afternoon.
This is a pertinent question considering this is the hottest week of the summer.
Simply put, one of these words means high reflectivity.
According to the National Weather Service, these objects can easily get to this range in temperature.
This measures wind speed.
We're two storms into the Atlantic hurricane season, while the Pacific season has experienced almost a dozen storms so far.
-81.4 degrees. Think about that for a minute.
Willy Willy? What?
From August 1860 through July 1861, 1042"(!) of rain fell here.
Why am I limiting this to the northern hemisphere? Because the coldest temperature ever recorded occurred in Antarctica, and that would be too obvious!
The land down under? Over in Israel? Or right here in the US?
If you know which town actually exists, you know the answer.
I'm glad we haven't recorded any of these temperatures so far this summer.
This hurricane reached 190 mph winds.
12 inches in an hour? My goodness.
Marco quizzed Amanda on the full moon's name in August.
How hot did it get in June 2014?
A tropical wave in the Atlantic will very likely become a tropical depression, then a tropical storm. But what will its name be?
Tucker and Marco were holding down the fort this morning, so Marco thought it would be a good idea to ask this question.
This state has been hit especially hard this year.
This is a great place to move if you want to avoid tornadoes.
This body of water contains 21% of the world's surface freshwater supply.
70% of the Earth's surface is covered with water. However, what percentage of that is salt water?
There is plenty of water on Earth, but how much of the Earth's surface is covered with it?
If we get to the letter 'M' this year, it will be named Marco.
With Arthur spinning off the east coast, there's most likely going to be a second hurricane unless this season ends up being one of the quietest in decades!
2005 was the most active Atlantic hurricane season on record, and it broke many records, including this one.
I don't even want to know what the heat index was that day.
July's full moon is also called what?
Was May 2014 the hottest May on record?
90s return to Middle Georgia.
While lightning strikes happen during all sorts of activities, this specific one showed the most lightning fatalities.
This place has been HOT.
This question is a piece of cake if you watched the game.
Last year was easily the rainiest year ever recorded in Macon. However, was it the rainiest June on record?
The first day of summer is called what?
June is not a historically active month for tropical storms and hurricanes. Still, a record was broken at some point.
This is the most dangerous quadrant of a hurricane.
There's a trick to this one.
At what point does a hurricane reach Cat. 5 status?
The hottest temperatures ever recorded in Macon in June was...?
What is the reason behind NOAA's prediction that we will experience a below to near normal hurricane season?
Was April 2014 the hottest on record?
Thunder can be heard up to this many miles away from the lightning discharge.
Your weather trivia question for Wednesday.
Where in Florida do we see the most lightning?
Lightning is most common on this state.
A few states saw an extremely high amount of tornadoes last year, but which saw the most?
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