Photos of Hurricane Sandy flooded social media sites throughout the day Monday, with Facebook, Instagram and Twitter users in the storm's path posting dramatic photos of waves, flooding and downed trees. (Some are fake, by the way.)
You've heard him on the Morning Show, and here he is! Frankie MacDonald of Nova Scotia posts weird, over-the-top weather reports on YouTube. His latest video is a warning for people in the U.S. to prepare for Hurricane Isaac.
Aaron Justus, a weatherman in Richmond, Virginia did a fake forecast, with graphics, spurred by the heat wave hitting the east coast. In it he predicts 400 degree highs, a volcano, a super hurricane, and Godzilla, among other things
El Paso's weather has pretty much always been boring in its own way, "Today the forecast calls for bright and hot, followed by a period of dark and hot. More of the freakin' same tomorrow." But this week we've been blessed with not only a kick-ass moon and meteor shower, but RAIN! Awesome, cool, soaking rain.
If you have friends or family in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, check in with them to make sure they're okay. There are some enormous tornados touching down and wreaking havoc all over the area in Eastern Dallas and Arlington. You can see it picking up tractor trailers and throwing them around.
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