A series of extremely rare bursts of light lit up the night sky near Puerto Rico over the weekend, creating a spectacular display that one eagle-eyed photographer was fortunate to capture.
At least 28 of these electrical discharges called sprites flashed directly above thunderstorms brought by the barreling, category 4 Hurricane Matthew on Saturday, photographer Frankie Lucena told The Huffington Post.
On Wednesday, sky gazers waited with bated breath for the northern night skies to light up with swirling ribbons of color. Fortunately for them, the aurora borealis didn’t disappoint. A time-lapse video captured the dazzling display...
(Reuters) - A low pressure area located about 500 miles northeast of Puerto Rico has an 80 percent chance of developing into a cyclone in the next 48 hours, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on Tuesday.
As Hurricane Matthew is thrashing Hispaniola and eastern Cuba Tropical Storm Nicole had formed about 500 miles northeast of Puerto Rico.
A photo posted by Felis Gallery (@robert_sijka) on Sep 21, 2016 at 12:54pm PDT In his wonderful feline series, photographer Robert Sijka has captured the absolute elegance, beauty and distinguished playfulness of Maine Coons, the fl...