On Tuesday evening, the Weather Channel's Jim Cantore was in the middle of conducting a report at South Carolina's College of Charleston when, all of a sudden, a videobomber came out of nowhere.
Like a pro, Cantore knees the guy in the crotch and continues with the report.
I hope that guy is still in the fetal position right out of frame.
While the east coast continues to get blasted by more winter weather, there are plenty of people who are able to look on the cheery side of the snowy chill. During a recent news report in New Jersey, a man brightens things up with an energetic (and impromptu) air guitar performance.
ClimateChange.org's video "Climate Name Change proposes in a satirical-yet-serious way that we change the way we name storms. The video's suggestion of naming storms after political policy makers that deny climate change is tied to their actual petition here.
Hurricane Paul Ryan does have a nice ring to it. What do you think?
The latest images from NASA's GOES-13 satellite shed a new light on Hurricane Sandy's northbound journey across North America (shown at top center).
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A rare tornado touched down in the Big Apple today, as wacky summer weather patterns continue their path of mayhem. This home video captures one twister in Queens, New York. All five boroughs are on tornado watch until 9 pm Saturday night.
In more devastating storm news, four people were killed in Oklahoma, including two grandparents and their grandchild, after fierce thunderstorms ripped through the region.
Meanwhile, on the left coast, Seattle is enjoying a near-record breaking 48th consecutive day without rain, which almost makes up for the 300 other days it rains every year. Almost.
Add in record droughts and heat
in the Midwest Everywhere, and perhaps there's something to that whole Global Climate Change thing. Either that, or the Mayan's were right. Back to you, Al...