The recent rash of severe weather will end tomorrow behind a cold front moving off the East Coast. After a brief break, more severe weather is likely later this weekend.
Bonnie has weakened, but heavy rain will still affect much of eastern Georgia & portions of the Carolinas.
Take a look at this tornado from May 24, south of Dodge City, Kansas. It shows the maturity of the tornado, roping out with a new tornado forming.
From severe weather across the central U.S. to a scuba dive gone terribly wrong in Florida, here’s a look at this week’s trending videos.
What a difference distance makes! Two police dashcams catch the same lightning strike in Kentucky. The first one from afar and another from much closer!
The Florida Institute of Technology released slow-motion video of lightning from storms on May 19 and May 20, filmed with a high-speed camera at 7,000 frames per second.
That's a lot of midges! This footage was shot after a drive near Devil’s Lake, North Dakota, on May 22.
Tornadoes struck the town of Bryan, Texas, on May 26, destroying three homes and damaging 60 more. According to reports, no one was injured.
Take a look at this footage showing a tornado moving through Bryan, Texas, on May 26 and causing a power flash. A power flash is a flash of light caused by arcing electricity from damaged electrical equipment.
A huge sinkhole opened up on the banks of the River Arno in Florence, Italy, on May 25, swallowing more than 20 cars. The sinkhole was caused by a burst water main. Thousands were without water and two houses were evacuated.
Construction workers in Boston, Massachusetts, found what appears to be a ship from the 1800s. After driving steel pilings into the ground, they discovered one had gone through the middle of the ship.