Is the world ending? No, but the clouds are super angry about something.
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IT’S RAINING!!! WHAT DO WE DO?!??!
Just a grown woman frolicking in a pile of leaves. Nothing to see here, folks.
The perfect excuse not to go to work today…
Floods and landslides have ripped through northern India and Pakistan, killing hundreds.
“There’s a massive penis headed our way from the northwest.”
Thunderstorms on Monday left much of the metropolitan Detroit suburb of Warren, Mich., under water. Multiple cities in the area have declared a state of emergency.
Iselle hit the Big Island on Friday morning. Hurricane Julio is forecasted to reach the region of the islands over the weekend but may not make landfall.
“We’ve looked through our records, and we do not see a similar event in recent history,” National Weather Service Meteorologist Jordan Gerth told BuzzFeed.
The storm is expected to bring much-needed rain to Puerto Rico, which is currently experiencing a moderate drought.
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.
A 3,000-foot tall haboob marched into the Arizona city Friday afternoon.
Weather photographer Kelly DeLay got more than he bargained for when taking a family photo in front of a supercell storm in Guymon, Oklahoma.
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Australia is a dry, desert nation with benign weather. Right? Ahem.
The impact of Typhoon Neoguri has killed at least one man and injured dozens.
A major downpour drenched New York City Wednesday and put on an impressive lightning show.
Updated: One person was confirmed injured and the National Guard was deployed after a tornado caused massive damage in a South Dakota town Wednesday.
A massive, slow-moving wedge tornado touched down near the village of Coleridge Tuesday evening, causing some damage.
Stephen Locke went nose-to-nose with a storm to take these wonderful images.
The rare wind and dust storm left five dead and around 30 injured.
Thanks to the subreddit British Problems for these.
Well not LITERALLY. But just wait for it.