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Not wanting to be left out of the photobombing craze, Mother Nature decided to use lightning to cause an actual photo bomb as these people took a video selfie.
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While attempting to take a nice selfie at Yal-Ku Lagoon in Mexico, a couple got quite the surprise from Mother Nature and her photobomb of lightning!
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When Mother Nature needs to remind us all that she's the boss, she does it with massive lightning strikes like she did in these two videos.
Over the course of five years in Rapid City, South Dakota, Tom Warner captured footage of severe storms and turned it into this remarkable time-lapse. Storms really can be beautiful when you're not stuck in them.
Live television can offer a lot of surprises. Sometimes when you least expect it, a crazy moment like this can happen in the middle of a weather forecast. WPTV meteorologist Glenn Glazer kept his cool when a spider jumped in front of his weather camera, which projected the bug to be nearly the size of the on-air talent. Well done, Glenn!
What might look like a special effect out of Hollywood is actually real, naturally forming clouds. Undulatus Asperatus clouds over Lincoln, Nebraska, to be exact. They make the sky look like an ocean with waves. It's beautiful and mesmerizing all at the same time. Isn't nature just amazing?
Proof: Mother Nature can be relentless. In clip one, rain caused major flooding in Nogales, Mexico which swept people down the street. In clip two we travel to Japan where winds were so strong from Typhoon Neoguri a van was blown around like it was made of paper.
A woman filming a storm in her backyard got exactly what she asked for when a lightning bolt gave her quite the surprise. Prior to the strike, the woman complained about not being able to catch lightning on her camera. It's safe to say she won't be complaining anymore.
Tornadoes are usually a scary sight, but these are a little bit different. In clip one, we have the calmest commentary from a Canadian during a torando in Saskatchewan, Canada. In clip two, we have what people are calling the "prettiest tornado of 2014."
Recently, Hurricane Arthur went up along the East Coast of North America and caused some damage in its wake. A power line in New Brunswick, Canada was exposed after it was hit by a tree. After the line got reenergized, the tree essentially exploded.
Over the Fourth of July weekend, Reinbeck, Iowa was the victim of enormous storms. In the peak of the storm season, this small community saw a massive tornado. Caught on camera, these people witnessed the birth of the massive storm. Click here for the RTM reaction to Mother Nature's fury.