Scientists in Japan reported seeing two radioactive weather phenomena at the same time, for the first time, according to a new paper. The observation establishes a link between the two, adding to our knowledge of the wild physics that takes place inside thunderstorms.
Video: Meteorologists can predict, with surprising accuracy, when a storm will roll through your town. But predicting exactly how severe it will be can still be hit and miss. That’s why it took filmmaker Chad Cowan six years to capture the spectacular timelapses he assembled into this awe-inspiring compilation.
Photographer Mike Hollingshead not only takes stunning pictures of supercell thunderstorms, he also transforms some of them into mesmerising animated GIFs that show these powerful and haunting weather phenomena in motion.