Swackett Fun Fact: During a severe windstorm or rainstorm the Empire State Building sways several feet to either side.
Swackett Fun Fact: Count the number of cricket chirps in a 15-second period, add 37 to the total, and your result will be very close to the actual outdoor Fahrenheit temperature.
Swackett Fun Fact: All 50 states are listed across the top of the Lincoln Memorial on the back of the American Currency five dollar bill.
Swackett Fun Fact: The average American will spend approximately 6-months of his/her life waiting at red lights.
Swackett Weather Fun Quiz: Which one of these revolving weather systems is the smallest – hurricane, typhoon, tropical cyclone, or tornado?
Swackett Weather Fun Fact: Joseph B. Duckworth was a colonel in the U.S. Air Force, and on July 27, 1943 he became the first person to ever fly through the eye of a hurricane.
Swackett Weather Fun Fact: Tornadic waterspouts are tornadoes that form over water, or move from land to water.
Swackett Weather Fun Fact: The largest recorded earthquake in the world was a magnitude 9.5 in Chile on May 22, 1960.
Swackett Weather Fun Fact: The horizon blocks our view, but pilots high in the sky sometimes report seeing genuine full-circle rainbows.
Swackett Weather Fun Fact: Hurricanes never combine to form one stronger storm. However, the storms may circle each other, which is known as the Fujiwhara effect.