Severe thunderstorm moving over Miami yesterday afternoon
Yesterday afternoon I filmed a time lapse of this severe thunderstorm moving over Miami.
Time lapse of thunderstorm over Miami last weekend
Last weekend we filmed a time lapse of this magnificent thunderstorm moving over Miami.
Severe Storms Threaten Millions
Have you had severe weather and thunderstorms in your area? For the fourth week in a row, continental America will face intense weather outbreaks. But this time, the storm episodes will affect cities farther north. It will stretch into the Central Plains, Upper Midwest, and Great Lakes. These places did not get affected by the previous outbreaks. (source)
Time-lapse of cloud formation before severe thunderstorm hits Miami
I've always loved time-lapses. This is a time-lapse of an interesting cloud formation before a thunderstorm hit Miami this afternoon. The storm didn't hit my area, so this is only about the clouds turning from beautiful to ugly.
Weather Alerts For Gulf Coast
According to The Weather Channel, several states are experiencing storm systems. In some places, the damage got described as astounding. But the country is not in the clear yet. More systems are underway as warm front forecasts are in action in some counties. The dangerous storms will continue from March 30 to March 31, 2022.
Winds And Thunderstorms Watch In Baltimore
The cold season is coming to an end. As the temperature gets warmer, more states are experiencing wet conditions. Thunderstorms and winds add intensity to the inclement weather. Meteorologist services suggest a widespread storm will develop over California. Then, progress to central and eastern states. On March 30, 2022, northwestern Arkansas got hit by a tornado. And a cluster of harsh storms has formed over sections of the state.
Severe Thunderstorm - View from Home Depot NYC
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Dangerous Storms Are Forecast In Oklahoma Tonight
Dangerous thunderstorms and flash flooding are forecast in Oklahoma tonight, according to the National Weather Service. "A few storms could be severe this evening and tonight, mainly north of the Interstate 30 corridor in Southeast Oklahoma, extreme Southwest Arkansas, and extreme Northeast Texas. Damaging winds and large hail will be the primary threats. In addition, locally heavy rainfall and high rainfall rates could result in isolated flooding."