During an intense thunderstorm in Kansas, photographer Ron Risman pointed his lens at the electrical spectacle, and captured a 180-second sequence of lightning that’s as impressive as any fireworks show. The addition of dramatic music serves to heighten the thrill.
With the crazy amount the U.S. East coast this week, James Grimaldi decided to send his drone out for a flight to capture the early winter wonderland from a unique perspective over his neighborhood in West Seneca, NY. Shot in 4K.
This lucky person was trying to leave their house to escape a tornado, but instead ended up witnessing a rare live performance of the Great Magician, Mr. Garage. Watch as it performs its trademark vanishing trick.
Vacationers on a beach in Novosibirsk, Siberia were recently taken by surprise when the skies turned dark and a major wind and hailstorm erupted, creating a scene that looks like its straight out of the apocalypse.
Stev Golden works on a boat. During a recent voyage off the Southern coast of Ireland, their boat encountered massive 52+ foot waves, and ~100mph winds. Don’t blame us if his video makes you sea sick.
George Loegering was out hunting when he captured video of thousands of chunks of ice spinning in a perfect circle in North Dakota’s Sheyenne River. Scientists say it was likely caused when cold air met an eddy in the river.
We’re not quite sure of the science behind lightning that fires upward to the sky, but we can tell you we’ve never seen it before this video, captured several years ago by Tom A. Warner over Rapid City, South Dakota.
The useful advice this lady is doling out will help all of us weather hailstorms better, especially when those suckers are the size of a quarter, doggone. And don’t forget to use the restroom either. (Thanks Ryan!)
We all dread the day when a major hailstorm dings up our shiny new cars. This dude couldn’t stand the idea, so he tried out an unusual method to keep hail from hitting his ride. Wait, is that even his car?
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