We all have questions about the weather but sometimes we are too embarrassed to ask. No problem, we let the kids do it for you!

ABC 10's Rob Carlmark is answering questions kids have about all sorts of weather topics. From rain to snow, sunshine, or even tornadoes - we have it covered! Take a look, you just might learn something too.

Does your kid have weather questions? Do you know of a school that would be interested in being a part of Weather You Know? Please tell us with an email to weather@abc10.com

Why does thunder make noise?

How far can a cloud travel?

At what point will climate change be a threat to life?

Why is it colder in Lake Tahoe than Sacramento?

Will Global Warming cause it to rain more or less?

Why does the stars come out at night?


Why can't we swim during a lightning and thunder storm?


How does the weather affect the traffic?


What has been the wettest year in Sacramento?

How do you know how much rain we get after a storm?


Why is summer the hottest season?

Weather You Know: Where does fog come from?


When it rains why does the temperature get warmer?


Has this year been an El Nino year?

Is the drought over?

Are all stars as hot as the Sun?

What is the timing between Supermoons?


When is it going to be hot?

Why can't you see the end of a rainbow?


Why is summer the hottest season?

When is it going to get warmer?

How do tornadoes happen?

Why is snow white?

When will it stop raining?

What causes the trees to fall?

What is rain made of?

How can volcanoes change the weather?

How are Nimbostratus clouds different from Cumulonimbus clouds?

How do you know when a storm is coming?

How does wind form?

Why doesn't it rain all the time and why is the sky pink when unicorns come?

Do you know what the weather is?

Why is it always sunny in Sacramento?

Why is it sometimes hot and sometimes cold?

How does weather go place to place?

Why does it never snow in Sacramento?

How do you predict the weather a few days from now?

How does lightning form and why is it so bright?