This is a video from Japan of a group of men who have gathered to watch another man get all the snow that’s fallen on a warehouse roof to slide off. It takes what feels like eternity (skip to 0:50), but that snow comes down in a hurry when it
This is a video of a Boeing 747 departing from Anchorage, Alaska and producing some insane condensation in the process. It almost looks like a smoke screen. Of course anybody worth their weight in idiotic conspiracy theories and believing everything they read online knows good and well this isn’t actually
This is ‘It’s Rain In Games: Part 1’ (so you’re saying we can expect a sequel?!), a 30-minute compilation of rain from 30 different video games, as edited together by possible digital precipitation fetishist Jez Burrows. There’s everything from oldschool 8-bit style pixelated square raindrops to today’s ultra-realistic weather. Personally,
In where’s double rainbow guy when you need him news, this is a video of a rainbow that appeared during a lightning storm when the whole sky was pink. So — what DOES it all mean? “The end of the world.” *hugging lightning rod* It’s the only answer.
This is a video of San Antonio, Texas based KSAT12 meteorologist Justin Horne *keeps mature, straight face* reporting on Hurricane Laura and getting a little surprise from the electrical transformer behind him when it explodes in a bright blue ball of wasted potential superpowers. Personally, I would have been hugging
This is a video from Haines Junction, Yukon, Canada, of a dirt devil absolutely wrecking an elderly gentleman’s fruit stand and giving his produce the ride of its life, tossing some as far as 200-yards away. Those melons probably never thought they’d get the chance to fly. Some more info
Seen here looking like a man who was recently groomed by a tornado, this is a video from ‘extreme storm chaser’Aaron Jayjack of a tornado touching down in Scarth, Manitoba, Canada. Pretty cool footage, but shouldn’t he have filmed himself riding it to Oz? I mean can he even confidently
This is a video from Tagum City, Davao del Norte, Philippines, of a driver who MacGyver’d himself a manual windshield wiper system after the existing system’s motor went out. Pretty clever, but why not have the passenger operate the wipers so you don’t have to yank the rope and drive