Weather Facts« Weather « Downloads
|Updated||September 25, 2013|
A simple app with a very interesting collection of over 700 random and interesting weather facts.
“The tornado is the most violent of all earth's storms.”
“A typical flash of folk lightning lasts for about 0.2 seconds”
“Nearly 2,000 thunderstorm cells are estimated over the planet at any given time.”
“Can heatwaves increase the murder rate? In New York in 1988 the temperature stayed above 32°C for 32 days and the murder rate soared by 75%. In Australia, Marble Bar (WA) recorded maximum temperatures equaling or exceeding 37.8°C (100°F) on 161 consecutive days (between 30 October 1923 and 7 April 1924) – This remains a word heat record. Also of note is the 333 consecutive days of temperatures above 32°C (90°F) recorded at Wyndham (again in WA) in 1946.”
Sharing Facts(Facebook,Twitter,SMS,Email ect..)