Hey Ray! Hidden Colors In The LeavesMany people love the fall because of the colors foliage becomes before they drop their leaves.
Hey Ray! Using A Helium Balloon To Show How Science WorksHave you ever had a helium balloon in your car and notice that its movements are much different than you would expect? If you never noticed, it is certainly something to see.
SEE IT: Mars Is The Closest To Earth Than It Will Be For Next 15 YearsMars is as close to Earth as it will be for the next 15 years!
Hey Ray! Explaining How Air Molecules Make Things Appear Empty
After Days Of Blue Skies, More Wildfire Smoke Is In Pittsburgh's ForecastAfter a clear couple of days, we are going to see a return of the smoke from the western wildfires.
Hey Ray! Explaining Equinox And EquiluxIn science class, when you study the word “Equinox”, you usually hear part of the definition with the words "equal night."
West Coast Wildfire Smoke Reaches Pittsburgh Area, Leading To Smoky SkiesThis afternoon’s cloudy skies weren’t because of water.
Hey Ray! Explaining The Differences Between Downbursts And TornadoesWhen there is storm damage, many times people feel it was caused by a tornado.
Hey Ray! Using Red Skies To Predict The Weather In 'The Olden Days'People have been trying to predict the weather for a long time. Before we had radars, satellites in space and weather models, the only way to predict the weather was observation.
Hey Ray! Explaining Crepuscular Rays Of SunshineSometimes, we see the light from the sun come down in beams of light.
Hey Ray! Using Slow Motion Video To Help Explain ScienceKDKA meteorologist Ray Petelin says that sometimes science happens too fast, and you need to slow things down to see the details of how the world works.
Hey Ray! Explaining The Difference In Precipitation Terms In Weather ForecastsWhen meteorologists give weather forecasts, we use words as a way of describing how precipitation will arrive in the area.
Hey Ray! Explaining Specific Heat And HumidityDid you know it is harder for the air to warm up on really humid days? While it still feels hot, the moisture in the air means, first means there are more “things” to warm up. There is more to it, though.
Hey Ray! Why Our Lawns Become So Dried Out In The SummerWeather-wise, one of the things the summer of 2020 will be known for is the heat and dry weather, leaving burnt lawns around the region.
Look Up: You Can See The NEOWISE Comet From PittsburghThe brightest comet since 1997's Comet Hale-Bopp will bring is drawing attention in the night sky. Yes, even in Pittsburgh!