Damn Nature What The Hell of the Day: Two weeks after a devastating series of storms left a large swath of the south in ruins, a dramatic video of the infamous Tuscaloosa tornado has suddenly gone viral.
The footage was shot from a house that barely escaped a direct hit by the twister. Things get too close for comfort around 0:45.
Damn Nature U Scary of the Day: An ant and a spider go creepy crawler to creepy crawler with a twist ending that will have you pulling your childhood nightlight from storage faster than you can say "FIRE. EVERYWHERE. NOW."
Damn Nature U Scary of the Day: No fatalities or life-threatening injuries were reported after a "historic tornado" touched down in St. Louis on Friday, leaving in its wake "an incredible trail of devastation," with some 750 homes damaged or destroyed.
Also hit hard by the storm was Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, with blown windows, roof damage, a
Lightning Strikes of the Day:NYC is My Muse, who is blessed with a priceless skyline view of Midtown Manhattan, happened to have a camera trained on the Empire State Building last night as lightning stuck it. Thrice.
I actually saw a fourth direct hit, but sadly wasn't filming at the time. I've never seen so many hits on the ESB in one night. It was ridiculous! But so much fun to watch. Whoever said lig