A tourist from California was visiting Yellowstone National Park and was caught in a thunderstorm. He grabbed his camera to chronicle the hail storm as it was hitting Shoshone Lake. During the filming a blast of lightning hit close by
With severe thunderstorms throughout much of the country this week, including the Rocky Mountain states, National Weather Service meteorologists are urging people to illustrate caution during extreme weather situations
Folks around Casper have been hearing the outdoor warning sirens more than they have in years past. The Natrona County Emergency Management Office wants to remind citizens that the sirens are not only used for tornadoes, but for other severe weather or disasters as well.
Check this out - a security camera catches footage of a man getting hit by lightning while jogging down the street. After a few seconds he comes to his sense and stands up, only to be struck again! What do you think? Real or fake?
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