Every city has the occasional thunderstorm, but these cities have more than their fair share of inclement weather. You might not be spending much time with your family in the backyard if you live in one of these cities.
As the snow begins to fall and temperatures drop below the threshold of a walk-in freezer, many people opt to take a trip to a more tropical climate. This is the off-season for many destinations, so you can normally save some money at the same time you are escaping the cold.
If you're wanting to move to sunnier weather, or just looking for a warmer vacation destination, these cities strike the perfect balance of not too hot and not too cold. Without the severe weather, you'll also save money on energy costs.
Summer’s here, and it's a brutal one, particularly if you live in the South. It’s no wonder people are trying to beat the heat. Here are some places where you can quite literally chill during this heated summer season.
If you live in a temperate climate, you will need to check the weather forecast occasionally. Having an accurate weather report is important to prepare for the day, so we've found the top 10 free apps to help you out.
The fall fashion season is finally here! Before you break out last year’s sweaters, check out the 10 trends you absolutely need to abide by in autumn of 2015. Trust us, they're every bit as cool as the weather.
There's no point in purchasing nice outdoor furniture you love if its going to simply fall apart after a few rainstorms. Buy weather resistant furniture and protect it with proper cleaning and storage so it lasts.
Certain roofing materials are better suited to specific climates, so keep that and your energy costs in mind when choosing a material. Follow these tips for picking a roof that will protect your home from the elements.