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Elvis Weather Trivia for May 5th, 2015

The wettest May we've recorded in Macon occurred the same year Elvis' Jailhouse Rock charted number 1.

Second Weather Trivia for March 17th, 2015

Thunder sounds like a low rumble from far away because...

First Weather Trivia for March 17th, 2015

Our high last St. Patrick's Day was this.

Second Weather Trivia for March 16th, 2015

Count the seconds between lightning and thunder. Every five seconds equals this many miles.

First Weather Trivia for March 16th, 2015

You can hear thunder up to this many miles away.

Second Weather Trivia for March 12th, 2015

Energy from a lightning channel heats the air to 3000, 9000, or 18,000 degrees?

First Weather Trivia for March 12th, 2015

Under a dense fog advisory, visibilities can go down to this many miles or less.

Second Weather Trivia for March 6th, 2015

The highest frequency of cloud-to-ground lightning is in this state.

First Weather Trivia for March 6th, 2015

In general, lightning decreases across the US mainland as you head toward this direction.

Weather Trivia for March 5th, 2015

Lightning causes thunder due to this.

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Warm and dry Tuesday

Sunshine and warmer than normal high temps will be back for another day in Middle Georgia. High pressure will continue to keep us dry and...