This couple was snorkeling on their honeymoon in Mexico when a storm rolled in. The lifeguards instructed them to get out of the water, which they did. So they were probably in the clear, right? Wrong!
Meteorologists are a rare breed. They have no problem standing outside in a crazy storm to report the weather. Why they can't just set up a camera outside and do the report from the safety and convenience of a studio, we are still not sure. But whatever.
Some storms were rolling through Fairburn, S.D., on Tuesday. So, storm chaser Scott Sheppard grabbed his camera and began recording out the window of his car. He appears to have been recording a rainbow when, all of a sudden, he was struck by lightning.
Basehunters is a storm chasing team originally based in Norman, Oklahoma. Today with members in Oklahoma, New York and Colorado, they are traveling and on the lookout for severe weather across the country. Over the weekend, they found themselves between Wright and Newcastle, Wyoming when this supercel…
Everyone has been in the situation before when you're waiting to watch your favorite show, but it gets preempted by some breaking news on TV. It's a bummer, but, hey, we've all had to deal with it from time to time.