Light rain or snow falling in the middle of December, fog in the morning, and a burst of sunshine on a warm Friday afternoon are all everyday weather events and conditions that can happen in our atmosphere.
The weather can have a significant influence on our lives. It can affect our mood, make us think about what we’re going to wear, and even influence our plans for the day. It can also help us make informed decisions regarding our purchases and activities.
These weather phenomena can put people in dangerous situations, such as losing their homes and family members due to severe storms or floods. Although we can all agree that these weather events can be frightening, they can also give us a better understanding of our world.
A&D has found some of the best weather images that you can find online. They came from a community that’s dedicated to sharing various weather images.
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01. Texas, May 17, 2021; Credit To Stormchaser Laura Rowe
Suppose you’re not a social media enthusiast. In that case, you probably don’t have to be a member of Reddit to find something to like. With over 52 million daily users, it’s a massive community that will keep you entertained for a long time. Today, we’ll be focusing on one of its image-based groups.
The weather community provides high-quality images of various weather phenomena, such as violent storms and tornadoes. Since May 2011, the group has allowed people to share their weather-related content. It also dedicated its posts to capturing notable events such as rainstorms, tornadoes, and snowstorms.
02. Amazing Photo By Adam Kyle Jackson
The weather is the state of the atmosphere for our planet. Most atmospheric events occur in the troposphere, the lowest layer of the Earth’s atmosphere. It’s located around 18 kilometers above the surface of the planet. Aside from our daily temperature, other factors such as precipitation and wind can also affect the weather on Earth.
Don’t confuse the terms “weather” and “climate,” as the former refers to short-term atmospheric conditions. In contrast, the latter refers to weather averaged over a long period.
03. Supercell Near Leoti, KS
04. A Pilot Captured This Thunderstorm As Seen From 37,000 Feet
Like the members of this forum, nature produces unpredictable weather conditions. Just like the members of this community, you might be able to spot some of the most jaw-dropping atmospheric phenomena.
Blood rain is a type of precipitation that can occur when a high concentration of red dust gets mixed with various other elements, such as rain, wind, and tidal flooding. It can also occur during winter storms.
05. A Storm Forming Over Wisconsin
06. Stormy Sunset, Wild Horses Beach, North Carolina (Oc)
Although the exact effects of different weather phenomena vary, it is still essential to be aware of the warning signs and take necessary precautions to minimize the storm’s impact.
The National Safety Council, a non-profit organization focused on preventing deaths and injuries, reported that the number of weather-related deaths had increased significantly over the past year. The organization cited factors such as tornadoes and winter weather as the leading causes of these deaths.
07. From A Storm Over Edmonton Canada
08. Photo Taken In Oahu, Hawaii By Benji Barnes
09. Can Anyone Explain How This Ice Is Formed On Our Car Windscreen? The Weather Was Raining Then Froze Quickly But Only To Around -1 Degree Celsius
Make sure that you have a plan in place for an unforeseen disaster. Follow the advice of safety officers and evacuate the area if necessary. Pack your emergency kit and talk to your close friends about it. Also, carry a portable power bank and a charged phone in case of an emergency phone rings. Finally, remember to stay calm and avoid getting carried away.
10. Taken Near Glenburn, ND, Last Night
11. Bilbao, Spain – Last Night
12. Sprites Over Oklahoma (Paul M Smith)
Although it’s possible to be safe and sound during a tornado, it’s essential to be prepared. Being aware of the powerful forces of nature and taking the necessary steps to protect yourself is also vital. For instance, while taking in fantastic views, remember that you should not try and go out into the path of lightning. A&D would like to thank the community for their support and encourage you to follow us.
14. 60,000′ High Supercell In West Texas, Gearing Up To Spawn A Tornado And Hailstorm
15. Mammatus Clouds Fishers, Indiana. 45-60 Mins After Hail And A Tornado Cell Later Down Wind
16. Twister At Wyoming, USA
17. What Made The Light Look Like That (They Were Not Like That Before Or The Next Day) Mideast Sweden A Week Ago
19. Nice Little Severe Thunderstorm Last Night In New Braunfels, TX
20. Incoming Storm Sioux Falls, SD. Photo Cr. Alex Resel
21. Epic Double Rainbow 😍
22. Apocalyptic Sky In Northern California Yesterday Due To Smoke From Nearby Fires
23. Florida (St. Petersburg)
24. Storm Rolling In Over The Great Plains In Montana – Image Courtesy Of Anthony Spencer
25. Wetaskiwin, Alberta
26. Supercell Thunderstorm, Bolton, KS
27. Turkish Delight
28. Best Weather At The Ocean
29. ‘Sunbow’ Above Plymouth, UK Yesterday
30. Wicked Severe Thunderstorm Front Over Minneapolis, MN Yesterday
31. Moose Jaw Thunderstorm In Southern Saskatchewan
32. Sunset Lightning On Florida’s Space Coast Yesterday Evening
33. Sunrise This Morning In West Texas (Friend Took Pic – It’s His Oc But He Doesn’t Use Reddit, Asked Me To Post For Him.)
34. Congratulations To This Tree That Just Got Superpowers
35. Double Rainbow Strike Over Chicago, Illinois
36. The Sky Over Oxford On Sunday
37. Can Someone Explain This?
38. Backside Of A Storm In Powhatan, VA
39. It Looks Like It Comes Straight Out Of A Sci-Fi
40. Sky Is On Fire As The Storm Passes
41. It’s That Time Of Year. Getting Pumped For The 2020 Season. This Shot Is From Mccook, Nebraska, In May Of 2019. I Shot This With My Nikon D850
42. Tornado In Colorado Yesterday
43. Shelf Cloud Ahead Of Strong Thunderstorm Tonight In Wahoo, Ne. Photo Cr. Nebraska Storm Chasers
44. More From Sweden Weather Conditions
45. A Storm In Metro Detroit. (Credit: U/Jcphotography_mi
46. In The Spring Of 2015, Our Home In Austin, TX, Was Flooded. The Sky In May Of That Year Was My First And So Far Last Time To See Mammatus Clouds In Person. Shot Taken From My Driveway. No Filters Or Enhancements To The Image
47. Tornado Captured West Of Akron, Colorado (Photo Credit To Nenah Demunster)
48. Great Night – Great Weather Conditions
49. Crazy Looking Storm A Few Days Ago In SD
50. Amber Valley Through The Cloud This Morning – Derbyshire, UK
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