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Here are the top ten articles for the Weather Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Category Ranges for Hurricanes
When they say a hurricane is Category 5 or Category 1, what does that mean? What are the differences and what can we expect with each hurricane category?

2. Layers of the Atmosphere
Although most of our weather occurs in the lowest part of our atmosphere, the higher layers also influence climate, weather, and human life.

3. How to Read a Weather Map
Many types of weather maps have become available since the advent of computers and the Internet. Get some tips on how to use these informative tools.

4. Weather Lore and Amateur Forecasting
How accurate is weather lore? Should you use it in amateur forecasting?

5. The Book of Clouds -- Review
The Book of Clouds by John A. Day is an excellent resource for anyone interested in looking at the daytime sky.

6. Factors that influence the weather
What causes the weather? Have you ever wondered what factors influence the weather and why some areas are cold and some are warm?

7. Spring
Spring brings a change in the weather and some milder temperatures. But what about snow? Is it still possible to see flakes in the spring?

8. Hurricane Season 2006
Why do we name hurricanes? Where do the names come from? The list of 2006 hurricane season Atlantic basin names will also be announced.

9. Naming a Hurricane
Why are hurricanes given names? When were the first named hurricanes? How do they choose the names?

10. Enhanced Fujita Scale of Tornado Intensity
The familiar tornado intensity scale of F0-F5 was replaced in 2007 with the more precise Enhanced Fujita Scale.



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