Welcome to WEATHERDUDES.COM...
We are currently focused on weather and climate of the Hampton Roads area of Virginia and the East Coast, as well as other significant national and global weather events that occur. The intent of this site is not to be just another weather website with five day forecasts featuring happy suns and sad clouds It is to provide various interesting and personalized features, which provide the visitor with a view of the weather from a different perspective.
Currently we have:
Dave's Weather Discussion Page, providing an insight to the local weather conditions and patterns, and the reasons behind the weather.
Tropical Weather, A collection of tropical storm and hurricane resources.
Recent Weather, Weather conditions for the past 10 days for the mid-Atlantic area.
Weather Glossary, Providing weather definitions from A to Z.
Links to Weather Sites, providing a growing collection of links to weather sites.
Weather Facts, A collection of interesting weather facts.
We will be adding more features on a regular basis. Feel free to look around, and let us know what you think. Check back often for new content...
AFTER A STORMY DAY ON FRIDAY, SATURDAY WILL BE NICE AND SUNNY WITH MILD TEMPERATURES... A WEAK COLD FRONT BRINGS COOLER AIR BACK INTO HAMPTON ROADS ON SUNDAY, BUT A WARM UP IS COMING EARLY NEXT WEEK
Why does autumn have more foggy mornings in inland areas than any other season of the year?
The main reason is the increasing length of darkness. This increases the time of radiational cooling thus causing the temperature to fall below the dew point. That is how fog is created. Warm air can hold more water vapor than cool air, so as the air cools overnight, the water vapor condenses into small droplets that are suspended in the air. This is what causes fog. Youíve probably noticed that during fall there is more dew on your vehicle than any other season. The temperature of the surface of your vehicle is normally cooler than the air, so condensation occurs on most mornings. Note that during the winter and spring, fog can be more common along coastal areas because the cool ocean waters cool the air below the dew point. This fog can blow inland on some days.