A news anchor for KSFY in Sioux Falls, South Dakota is fed up with people complaining that severe weather coverage is preempting their precious television programs, so she launched into a mini-rant to let the whiny viewers know what she thinks of them.
Storm chasers in Orrick, Missouri caught this tornado ripping the roofs off of farm buildings yesterday afternoon. It's pretty intense, and it's a unique video as it shows the "inner workings" of the tornado that are usually obscured by the condensation funnel (the funnel-shaped cloud that makes a tornado look like a tornado).
Earlier this week, President Obama invited several meteorologists to the White House for exclusive interviews on the climate change report that the administration released earlier in the week. The president summed up the importance of the situation with one simple phrase: "it's hard to put a genie back in the bottle."
A security camera outside the St. Luke United Methodist Church captured the Tupelo, Mississippi tornado as it hit the building, raining debris down onto the playground outside. The video shows how conditions can go from calm to destruction in a matter of seconds.
For those of you baking in the center of the country today, fear not — a cool-down is coming. The NAM is predicting highs only reaching the 90s tomorrow in areas where it's reached the 100s for the last few days. As always, relief comes with a price: severe weather is expected both tomorrow and Thursday.