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Thunderstorms produce two types of lightning, when talking about electric charge. In today's "Ask the Meteorologist" we break down the difference between the two.
Most lightning strikes are negatively charged, but sometimes we see positively charged strikes as well. In this Ask the Meteorologist, we explain why positive strikes occur.
When thin, high clouds are present, a ring sometimes appears around the sun. Why?
We feel the wind almost every single day; but what causes it? Find out in Today's "Ask the Meteorologist!"