After several weeks of heavy rainfall, with only a few breaks in between, the latest round of storms may have proved too much for a boulder near Marquette. The Iowa Department of Transportation posted these photos on their Facebook page this morning. The road was completely closed for an hour or so as crews worked to move the huge rock. As you can see, it was almost as large as the tractor they were using to move it. The tree took a tree with it to help block the road.
Meet Magnetic Putty! (Found on The Space Academy Facebook Page).
Russian meteorologists are trapped by Polar Bears!
Five Russian meteorologists are 2800 miles north of Moscow… closer to Northern Canada than their countries capital. And… they’ve run out of flares to keep the pack away. This sounds like a movie plot, but you can read about the true story by clicking here.
Dust Devils from smoke plumes (found on Severe Weather Europe’s Facebook Page)
The photo below is a sunrise from an airplane on August 28, 2016.
Click here for another photo and more details about the two photos.
A close call for this family.
Here are the storm reports from the Storm Prediction Center. Link here.
Click on the image below for the video.
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This post was written by Schnack on September 13, 2016