You are here:

Meteorology (Weather)/Expert Profile


Ask A Question

Harry Hayfield

U.K.
Available

Follow me on:
      

Expertise

If given any US zipcode I can give you a forecast (detailed for the next 24 hours and summarised for the next five to ten days) and explain what precisely is likely to happen

Experience in the area

I've been interested in weather since the early 1980's and regulary watch global weather forecasts on CNN and Fox News


This expert accepts donations:      

Average Ratings

Recent Reviews from Users

Read More Comments

    K = Knowledgeability    C = Clarity of Response    P = Politeness
UserDateKCPComments
Cameron04/19/17101010Thank you in answering this question for .....
Prashant S Akerkar 09/03/16101010Dear Harry Thanks. Prashant
Josh11/13/15101010This makes perfect sense. Thank you very .....
Chris10/13/15101010It's so easy once we know how .....
Mark10/11/15101010Thanks. That is probably it. Winter storm .....

Recent Answers from Harry Hayfield

2017-04-18 NOT HAPPY:

You are absolutely correct, hot (especially hot and humid weather) do make people have bad moods. The most striking demonstration of this came in 2011 as between August 6th and 11th mass riots broke out

2017-04-05 Meteorology (Weather):

When the sun's light reaches the Earth's atmosphere it is scattered, or deflected, by the tiny molecules of gas (mostly nitrogen and oxygen) in the air. Because these molecules are much smaller than the

2016-10-10 Probability of Change:

I am sorry to say that the reason for the 90% chance of rain is a Pacific depression that will cover the whole of the Washington state, Oregon and northern Californian coast for the majority of Friday

2016-08-31 Rain in other planets.:

Yes, it does "rain" on other planets, although you have to remember that their "rain" is not our rain.    On the gas giants of Jupiter and Saturn it has been suggested that it "rains" diamonds due to lightning

2015-10-13 reading NOAA visuals:

This is a satellite image that ignores visible light and only recognises infra-red (the same reason you can feel the warmth from an electric fire even without seeing it). The general rule of thumb is "the

 

Ask A Question

Meteorology (Weather)

All Answers


Answers by Expert:


Ask Experts

Volunteer


©2017 About.com. All rights reserved.

[an error occurred while processing this directive]