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Most weather can be predicted. Realize that severe weather can occur at any time, so know how to prepare.

Storm cloud off the coast of Brazil.  Photo by Andreas M. van der Wurff.  To get an idea of the size of the cloud, note the container vessel on the left side of the picture.

Storm cloud off the coast of Brazil. To get an idea of the size of the cloud, note the container vessel on the left side of the picture.

Camille Seaman and 'The Big Cloud' - The New York Times. Nebraska.

Chasing Danger, Capturing Beauty

Epic supercell thunderstorm clouds in Kansas from photographer Camille Seaman. - I see this and think, God help that farmer! Silos right underneath that thing! Check out the website to see

maya47000:  Nacreous clouds, McMurdo Station, Antarctica by Deven Stross

Nacreous clouds ~ sometimes called mother of pearl clouds, rare but once seen never forgotten. Mostly visible within 2 hours after sunset or dawn. McMurdo Station, Antarctica by Deven Stross

Sometimes the weather can't even make up its mind!

Breathtaking Rainbow & Thunderstorm Photographed in Colorado. By Artist Artist Victor Gensini.

Waterspout

Waterspouts are more frequent, but are still an unusual weather phenomena. A water spout is a funnel shaped cloud formed over a body of water.

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