Did You Know: All about tornadoes

Have you ever wondered how meteorologists track tornadoes? In this "Did You Know?", FOX 7 Austin meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe explains.

Did You Know?: Eclipse weather changes

Tomorrow is the highly anticipated total solar eclipse, and with that comes some weather changes. Meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe explains in this "Did You Know".

Did You Know?: What is a nor'easter?

If you have been paying attention to the weather lately, you have likely heard the term nor'easter, but what does that mean? FOX 7 Austin meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe explains in this "Did You Know?".

Snowflakes: What makes their unique shapes

While we won't be seeing a white Christmas here in Central Texas, have you ever noticed that snowflakes can look very different? Adaleigh Rowe explains why in this week's Did You Know?

The dangers of driving on wet leaves

In this edition of Did You Know?, Adaleigh Rowe explains the risks of driving your car on wet leaves, which can be as dangerous as driving on ice.

Did You Know: Fan rotation changes

Did you know that you can keep your home warmer by reversing the rotational direction of your ceiling fan? Meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe explains in this "Did You Know?".

Did You Know?: Preparing for severe weather

The power grid is a big topic of conversation year-round, especially when it's the heat of the summer or the super cold winter. Erin Balor, co-founder of 4Patriots, tells Adaleigh Rowe some tips on what to do if your power goes out.

Did you Know?: All about mosquitos

In this edition of Did You Know? with Adaleigh Rowe, Mike Bentley, director of training and education at National Pests Management, tells us about the dangers that mosquitos present and how to protect yourself from them in this summer's muggy weather.

Home safety tips for severe weather

Texas is no stranger to wild weather and it's essential to have a plan in place. FOX 7 Austin meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe gets details from HomeZada.

Rock Lawns vs Grass Lawns

With ongoing heat, drought, and water restrictions, many people are considering switching from a traditional grass lawn to a rock lawn. Meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe sits down with Mike Arnold, the director of The Gardens at Texas A&M, to discuss the pros and cons of different lawns.

Dogs and Summer Time Safety

Adaleigh Rowe sits down with the Texas Humane Heroes Director of Medical Services to answer questions about overheating, summer haircuts, and much more.

Did You Know?: Snake season safety

It's that time of year where snakes start to appear right here in Central Texas, so let's talk snake season safety. In this Did You Know?, Good Day Austin's Adaleigh Rowe talks with herpetologist Paul Crump with Texas Parks and Wildlife about what kinds of snakes to watch out for and where, and what to do if you get bit.

Did You Know?: Colors of the sky

Do you know why the sky outside changes colors? It's all to do with light! FOX 7 Austin meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe explains all about the colors of the sky in this "Did You Know?" segment.

Did You Know?: What is Groundhog Day?

Every February 2, people across the U.S. eagerly await for Punxsutawney Phil to tell us whether we will see more winter or finally spring. But where did this tradition come from and just how accurate is this little rodent? Good Day Austin meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe explains in this "Did You Know?".

Did You Know?: What is La Niña?

Ever heard the weather term "La Niña" and wondered "What is that?" In this "Did You Know," FOX 7 Austin meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe is here to explain this oceanic and atmospheric phenomenon which may be on its way out.

Did You Know?: What is the perihelion?

You'd think the Earth is closest to the sun during the summer, but as Good Day Austin meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe explains in her latest "Did You Know", that's not the case.