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Did a nor’easter whip a puffer fish into a tree? An investigation

A powerful nor’easter pounded New England last week, prompting coastal evacuations and causing flooding so extreme that water rushed into downtown Boston. In the storm’s aftermath, a local, freelancing weather man, Peter Lovasco, who once contributed weather reports to The Gloucester Daily Times, tweeted a couple pictures of what appears to be some species of...CONTINUE READING

Does ordering delivery during a snowstorm make me a trash human?

*Stretches widely* *Inhales deeply and peacefully* Aaahhh! A snowstorm! Time to bundle up with all your blankets. Time to sip hot chocolate while staring wistfully at the accumulating snow. Time to ask yourself the age old question: “If I order delivery during this storm, does that make me a trash-ass human?” SEE ALSO: This comedian’s...CONTINUE READING

‘Beast from the East’ intensifies, bringing more extreme weather to Europe

The “Beast from the East” is getting worse, with Europeans experiencing more extreme winter weather on what was supposed to be the first official day of spring. The “Beast,” resultant from intense east to west winds from Siberia, has now combined with Storm Emma, causing the UK Met Office to issue another “red” warning for...CONTINUE READING
Category:Europe, Snow, Storm, Uk, Weather

Destructive rainfall pummels Southern California after massive wildfires

After the fires, the rain. Southern California has been drenched in torrential showers for several days and the deluge has hit areas recently scarred by huge wildfires. LA’s National Weather Service office reports rainfall of over six inches in just three days for areas in Ventura and LA county, with ten other regions receiving over...CONTINUE READING

What sparked the ‘bomb cyclone’? Huge temperature contrasts, jet stream energy

It all started innocently enough.  Shortly before New Year’s celebrations kicked off in the Southeast, a record-cold air mass blew in from the north. This air had a direct connection to the Arctic, spilling out as if someone left the Northern Hemisphere’s refrigerator door open. This frigid air oozed across the Gulf of Mexico, into...CONTINUE READING

Mini drives through crashing waves from Storm Eleanor and do not try this at home

The phrase “don’t try this at home” has never been more relevant than when applied to the video below. SEE ALSO: Neil deGrasse Tyson explains what ‘a perfect storm’ actually means On Tuesday, Ireland was hit by Storm Eleanor. The BBC reported widespread flooding, winds of up to 100mph, and — unsurprisingly — all sorts...CONTINUE READING
Category:Flood, Ireland, Storm

Oh nothing, just ‘spider lightning’ dancing across a stormy sky in Australia

“Spider lightning”: It’s a thing. An especially hard weather phenomenon to catch on film but one savvy videographer managed to capture it illuminating the sky in South Australia. During an electrical storm illuminating the seaside suburb of Glenelg outside of Adelaide, local man Caleb Travis shot the stunning lightning on Monday night. What’s spider lightning?...CONTINUE READING

Weather ‘bomb’ slams New England, knocking out power to more than 1 million

More than 1.3 million residents of the Northeast U.S. were in the dark on Monday morning after an unusually fierce coastal storm rapidly intensified and slammed into New York State overnight. The storm knocked out power to more people across the region than any other storm since Hurricane Sandy hit exactly 5 years ago.  Winds...CONTINUE READING

Rapidly intensifying storm to slam New England with heavy rain, high winds

The Northeast U.S. hasn’t had much of a fall season. Weekends have featured record-breaking high temperatures in the 70s and 80s Fahrenheit, and major storms have been almost entirely absent from D.C. to Maine. In fact, even the most ardent leaf peepers have been disappointed by the foliage, since the trees seem to be confused...CONTINUE READING

A scary flock of birds freaked out as Hurricane Ophelia approached Ireland

This flock of ominous birds in Cork, Ireland, would be able to give Alfred Hitchcock nightmares. As Hurricane Ophelia, which may now be designated as a tropical storm, approached Ireland, twitter user Sltlk, posted a video on Monday of the birds squawking in a frenzy around some houses. SEE ALSO: Birds are flying around in...CONTINUE READING
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