Singing in the rain optional.
A tornado killed at least one person Wednesday in Sand Springs, near Tulsa. Another tornado touched down in Moore, near Oklahoma City, before 7 p.m.
Good thing it’s all in Seattle.
A witness captured video of a passenger bus being swallowed in seconds by a crater on a road in the middle of the Brazilian rain forest, before being dragged down the river underneath.
We can’t take this anymore.
“I feel like everything’s a lie, knowing Psy isn’t his real name.”
Not for the weak-hearted.
The dirty rain was reported Friday in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, leaving meteorologists baffled. “It’s a mystery at this point.”
Soothing audio salvation for those who hate noise.
Let it wash away your sanity.
New slow motion video shows particles being released into the air as a raindrop hits the ground.
A storm over the weekend prompted evacuations in several areas as flooding and mudslides persisted Monday.
Hail stones the size of tennis balls fell on the Tasmanian city.
The first major rainstorm to hit drought-stricken California since February on Tuesday caused mudflows, felled power lines and large trees, and forced evacuations, especially in the southern part of the state.
No, we don’t all eat hot pot and drink at the Rovers Return every night.
Rain, rain, stick around.
“I’m 250 pounds and I have to move that up and down a pole…”
Despite flooded freeways and abandoned cars, many people in Phoenix are jet-skiing, kayaking, and paddle-boating their way through the flooded town. One woman is dead after her vehicle became submerged.
Try NOT walking in step with your friends. Just try.
It’s been a great summer so far. But we can’t wait for it to end.
Storms in Mexico caused flooding that knocked over the 20-foot border fence just west of Nogales, Arizona. Another section of the fence was also destroyed just east of the city, where someone cut a section large enough for a car fit in.
Your morning commute is now an extreme adventure sport.
Typhoon Neoguri weakened from its original status as a Super Typhoon but remained intense as it brought torrential rain and winds to the Japanese island Tuesday.
A major downpour drenched New York City Wednesday and put on an impressive lightning show.