You've got to see this fantastic video of Tuesday night's storm in Lubbock, Texas! It was captured from the tallest building in town, The Metro Tower, located at 1220 Broadway Street in the heart of The Hub City.
Almost no one was prepared. It was early morning in a small Illinois town on March 19, 1948 when the ominous clouds rolled in. A monster tornado dropped onto an unsuspecting Illinois town leaving only 20% of it standing once the winds subsided.
Friday night was pretty magical. We were watching the news and saw that there would be a chance to see the Northern Lights. Surely, we wouldn't be able to see them from our house because we live in town, and the light pollution would drown them out, right? Wrong! We were stunned to see them from our backyard.
Early in the afternoon of May 22, 2011, meteorologists knew a serious weather situation was developing near Joplin, Missouri. By nightfall, 158 souls were gone as a killer EF-5 mile-wide twister had carved a massive path of destruction straight through the heart of the city.