If this isn't some sort of sign, we don't know what is. According to The Weather Network, Mississippi and Alabama experienced severe storms this past weekend, including at least three reported tornados. In the aftermath of the storms,...Show More Summary
The struggle is real for prospective 2018 GOP candidates: Should they or shouldn't they jump in? With a commander in chief who's as predictable as an untethered balloon in a tornado touting a list of legislative accomplishments as short...Show More Summary
The inside of a strong tornado is an intense place, with wind speeds of more than 450 kilometers per hour and dramatic drops in air pressure and temperature. But due to the dangerous unpredictability of such storms, few real-time measurements have been taken inside actual twisters. Show More Summary
Besides the three already confirmed, the agency says four others touched down in Virginia’s Fauquier and Orange counties.
President Donald Trump signed a weather-forecasting improvement bill that could lead to Charlotte getting a long-sought Doppler radar system to warn residents of approaching tornadoes and other violent weather. Trump … Click to Continue »
This video of alllll of planet Earth is captivating. EARTH from Michael König on Vimeo. Related on EcoSalon ‘Planet Earth’ II Looks Insane [Video] Tornados are a Dangerous, Beautiful Aspect of Earthly Weather [Video] Dr. Bronner’s Soap...Show More Summary
We made it to the 80s today, and we'll do it again Friday.
Nature has lots to offer for landscape photographers. We love to shoot nature’s paintings. Storms, rainbows, tornadoes, lightning strikes: they’re all a gift from nature that we can play with as a landscape photographer. Volcanoes are one of them, too, especially when they’re erupting. Show More Summary
Due to the fear of false alarms, forecasters may be missing more tornadoes.
Remember that scene in The Wizard of Oz when Dorothy's house is finally dropped to earth by the tornado, and she cautiously opens the door to see where she is? As the door opens, you see outside -- and it's blazing with saturated, bright color. Show More Summary
Earth Day is fast approaching—it’s this Saturday! To celebrate, we’re posting videos that show the magic and strength of Mother Earth. “Vorticity” by Mike Oblinski features time-lapse footage of a tornado. After all, good tornados are ones that occur far, far away from where you’re at. Show More Summary
When forecasts called for a massive tornado in central Oklahoma in 2013, storm chasers flocked to the area. Then all hell broke loose.
The following comment comes from a First 4 Figures staffer... ...Tornado sold way less than the 425 number suggested. For many years, the company only had 3 members, so those ‘low’ numbers were ok to get by however with growth now in these last couple of years. Show More Summary
First, there were snakes on a plane. Then, we had sharks in tornadoes. Now, there is a darker and more prevalent combination of pests and unlikely places they exist: cockroaches in your PS4. Read more...
Leigh Orf chases tornadoes across America’s central plains, but not from inside a pickup truck. He creates computer simulations of supercell thunderstorms -- and the twisters they spawn -- from the safety of his lab. Continue reading ? The post To save lives, supercomputers dive into the hearts of nature’s worst tornadoes appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
When we think of natural disasters the first thing that comes to mind is usually an earthquake, flood, tornado or hurricane. But there’s one other type of disaster that poses a serious threat across a large portion of the country. Blizzards...Show More Summary
Hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes – it seems almost every week a deadly natural disaster is reported in the news. Now researchers at the University of North Texas are working to help create walls that will stand up to those disasters, with hopes of saving homes and lives.
Someone had some fun with the Dallas early warning tornado siren system on Friday, April 8th. All 156 tornado sirens were hacked to go off just before midnight until they were manually turned off individually, reports The Washington Post. Show More Summary
A bald eagle named Liberty returned to its nest in an oak tree in Southeast Washington to protect its baby eagle as an April 6 storm that spawned a tornado a mile away moved in.
The eagle, her eaglet, and their nest, withstood the storm.