1. TORMENTA ELECTRICA EN VALPARAISO

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    Tormenta de relampagos en Valparaiso el 25 de marzo de 2015

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    • First Chase of 2015 - March 24, 2015

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      Headed out not expecting to see much last night, but got some nice cloud formations and a great sunset out of it.

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      • Clouds, Rainbows, and Thunderstorms | March 20th, 2015

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        A collection of time lapses and photos from my March 20th, 2015 storm chase. This video includes time lapses of clouds and thunderstorms building over the Superstition Mountain. The video also includes rainbows, and beautiful rain shafts illuminated by the setting sun. www.bryansnider.com All clips available for license in 4K (http://www.bryansnider.com/license) Music: "Tempting Secrets" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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        • Thunderstorms Observed in San Jose, CA (February 28, 2015)

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          Wow, thunderstorms were observed right around my area this day! February 2015 was indeed ending with a bang for San Jose, CA and the rest of the Bay Area! A cold low pressure system originating from the Canadian coast had ushered strong instability in the atmosphere for the area. Since of this, scattered thunderstorms had developed around the Bay Area, including our area here in the South Bay. During the morning hours, storm clouds were towering like crazy due to the unstable airmass present. But during the early afternoon hours, that's when things really started to go. Thanks to the afternoon heating from the sun, thunderstorms began to tower. The clear and sunny breaks of blue skies usually help to destabilize the atmosphere even further... My storm chasing adventure this day in summary: I left to go observe the skies just after 1:30 p.m. Storm clouds were towering and blackening already. I then went around Fowler Creek Park and that's when the skies right above started to darken and just to the south, the 'thunderstorm of the century' for our area developed. I just watched and observed the thunderstorm intensify. The skies were very dark above and then the thunder started going, as well as the lightning. The thunder was continues and it was priceless to hear the subtle, constant rumbles of thunder. The rain core, or rain/hail shaft had thickened as time went on and it also began to rain and hail. Of course my adrenaline rush was skyrocketing. Then the rain was coming down so I had to drive right by the parking lot of Fowler Creek Park to continue taking footage of the lightning/thunder without getting wet. The lightning, thunder, moderate rain and hail continued before finally diminishing after 3 p.m. I then headed up to our church and viewed the storm from a higher elevation.. Now I was thinking that I should've just came up here to view the storm since it's better, but it was fine. Being up high, that's when I also saw "snow" on the foothills just to the south. It was actually copious amounts of hail! It was funny since there was only small area of white while the rest of the area was still green. I then took a few more pics of the slowly departing thunderstorm and then called it a day.... although there was also a severe t-storm that had developed around the San Francisco peninsula later by sunset. It was a crazy day for the Bay Area, weather-wise! Glad I got to witness this special day. My storm-loving self has been truly satisfied, despite the fact that I missed another strong t-storm! *Weather scenario/summary: A cold low pressure system had ushered atmospheric instability this afternoon of Saturday, February 28, 2015, causing strong convective scattered thunderstorm development all over the Bay Area. The region had observed (lots of) hail, heavy rain, frequent thunder and lightning..the whole shebang! Lots of hail fell from a t-storm just south of my area and being that it was nearly stationary, it dumped so much hail in one spot that it looked like snow around that area! The spot affected by the hail was nearby my school (EVC)! The copious amounts were enough to coat some hillsides or shall we say, 'hailsides' in white. Also, later by early evening, or around sunset, a briefly intense rotating cell had prompted a severe t-storm warning for San Mateo County shortly before 7 p.m. By Sunday, calmer weather was expected. The low that had brought the wild weather to the Bay Area had weakened as it headed south, but was still close enough to us to bring a chance for a few isolated showers around the hills of the South Bay, especially for regions south of Gilroy. T-storms did still develop along the central coast on Sunday. It was certainly a crazy day weather-wise for the Bay Area on the last day of February! (Saturday, February 28, 2015)

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          • Lightning Storm Lights Up The Skies Over San Jose, CA (2-28-2015)

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            Indeed, it was one of those VERY rare times when my area gets another good light show...yes, a lightning storm! Certainly, February 2015 was ending with a bang, weather-wise for San Jose, CA and the rest of the Bay Area! A cold low pressure system originating from the Canadian coast had ushered strong instability in the atmosphere for the area. Since of this, scattered thunderstorms had developed around the Bay Area, including our area here in the South Bay. During the morning hours, storm clouds were towering like crazy due to the unstable airmass present. But during the early afternoon hours, that's when things really started to go. Thanks to the afternoon heating from the sun, thunderstorms began to tower. The clear and sunny breaks of blue skies usually help to destabilize the atmosphere even further... For the details and 'summary' of my storm chasing adventure this day: I left to go observe the skies just after 1:30 p.m. Storm clouds were towering and blackening already. I then went around Fowler Creek Park and that's when the skies right above started to darken and just to the south, the 'thunderstorm of the century' for our area developed. I just watched and observed the thunderstorm intensify. The skies were very dark above and then the thunder started going, as well as the lightning. The thunder was continues and it was priceless to hear the subtle, constant rumbles of thunder. The rain core, or rain/hail shaft had thickened as time went on and it also began to rain and hail. Of course my adrenaline rush was skyrocketing. Then the rain was coming down so I had to drive right by the parking lot of Fowler Creek Park to continue taking footage of the lightning/thunder without getting wet. The lightning, thunder, moderate rain and hail continued before finally diminishing after 3 p.m. I then headed up to our church and viewed the storm from a higher elevation.. Now I was thinking that I should've just came up here to view the storm since it's better, but it was fine. Being up high, that's when I also saw "snow" on the foothills just to the south. It was actually copious amounts of hail! It was funny since there was only small area of white while the rest of the area was still green. I then took a few more pics of the slowly departing thunderstorm and then called it a day.... although there was also a severe t-storm that had developed around the San Francisco peninsula later by sunset. It was a crazy day for the Bay Area, weather-wise! Glad I got to witness this special day. My storm-loving self has been satisfied! *Weather scenario/summary: A cold low pressure system had ushered atmospheric instability this afternoon of Saturday, February 28, 2015, causing strong convective scattered thunderstorm development all over the Bay Area. The region had observed (lots of) hail, heavy rain, frequent thunder and lightning..the whole shebang! Lots of hail fell from a t-storm just south of my area and being that it was nearly stationary, it dumped so much hail in one spot that it looked like snow around that area! The spot affected by the hail was nearby my school (EVC)! The copious amounts were enough to coat some hillsides or shall we say, 'hailsides' in white. Also, later by early evening, or around sunset, a briefly intense rotating cell had prompted a severe t-storm warning for San Mateo County shortly before 7 p.m. By Sunday, calmer weather was expected. The low that had brought the wild weather to the Bay Area had weakened as it headed south, but was still close enough to us to bring a chance for a few isolated showers around the hills of the South Bay, especially for regions south of Gilroy. T-storms did still develop along the central coast on Sunday. It was certainly a crazy day weather-wise for the Bay Area on the last day of February! (Lightning footage taken Saturday afternoon, February 28, 2015)

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            • Thunderstorms Rattle San Jose, CA (February 28, 2015)

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              from William Justo54 / Added

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              February 2015 was ending with a bang, weather-wise for San Jose, CA and the rest of the Bay Area! A cold low pressure system originating from the Canadian coast had ushered strong instability in the atmosphere for the area. Since of this, scattered thunderstorms had developed around the Bay Area, including our area here in the South Bay. During the morning hours, storm clouds were towering like crazy due to the unstable airmass present. But during the early afternoon hours, that's when things really started to go. Thanks to the afternoon heating from the sun, thunderstorms began to tower. The clear and sunny breaks of blue skies usually help to destabilize the atmosphere even further... Now for the details of my storm chasing adventure this day: I left to go observe the skies just after 1:30 p.m. Storm clouds were towering and blackening already. I then went around Fowler Creek Park and that's when the skies right above started to darken and just to the south, the 'thunderstorm of the century' for our area developed. I just watched and observed the thunderstorm intensify. The skies were very dark above and then the thunder started going, as well as the lightning. The thunder was continues and it was priceless to hear the subtle, constant rumbles of thunder. The rain core, or rain/hail shaft had thickened as time went on and it also began to rain and hail. Of course my adrenaline rush was skyrocketing. Then the rain was coming down so I had to drive right by the parking lot of Fowler Creek Park to continue taking footage of the lightning/thunder without getting wet. The lightning, thunder, moderate rain and hail continued before finally diminishing after 3 p.m. I then headed up to our church and viewed the storm from a higher elevation.. Now I was thinking that I should've just came up here to view the storm since it's better, but it was fine. Being up high, that's when I also saw "snow" on the foothills just to the south. It was actually copious amounts of hail! It was funny since there was only small area of white while the rest of the area was still green. I then took a few more pics of the slowly departing thunderstorm and then called it a day.... although there was also a severe t-storm that had developed around the San Francisco peninsula later by sunset. It was a crazy day for the Bay Area, weather-wise! Glad I got to witness this special day. My storm-loving self has been truly satisfied, despite the fact that I missed another strong t-storm! *Weather scenario/summary: A cold low pressure system had ushered atmospheric instability this afternoon of Saturday, February 28, 2015, causing strong convective scattered thunderstorm development all over the Bay Area. The region had observed (lots of) hail, heavy rain, frequent thunder and lightning..the whole shebang! Lots of hail fell from a t-storm just south of my area and being that it was nearly stationary, it dumped so much hail in one spot that it looked like snow around that area! The spot affected by the hail was nearby my school (EVC)! The copious amounts were enough to coat some hillsides or shall we say, 'hailsides' in white. Also, later by early evening, or around sunset, a briefly intense rotating cell had prompted a severe t-storm warning for San Mateo County shortly before 7 p.m. By Sunday, calmer weather was expected. The low that had brought the wild weather to the Bay Area had weakened as it headed south, but was still close enough to us to bring a chance for a few isolated showers around the hills of the South Bay, especially for regions south of Gilroy. T-storms did still develop along the central coast on Sunday. It was certainly a crazy day weather-wise for the Bay Area on the last day of February! (Photos and video clips taken Saturday, February 28, 2015)

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              • Timelapsed Ruhr Area Thunderstorm 09.06.14

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                Video: Bjorn Rohde Music: Bjorn Rohde

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                • A Bad Day for Mouse

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                  And a good day for cat.

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                  • Winslow Rainbow And Storm Clouds | April 19th, 2014

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                    A unique time lapse shows rain that seems to dance around a large rainbow that features a double rainbow. To license this time lapse please visit http://bryansnider.com/license/

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                    • Sunset Crater Isolated Thunderstorm | August 16th, 2014

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                      A slow time lapse of an isolated thunderstorm passing by Sunset Crater near Flagstaff, Arizona. To license this time lapse please visit http://bryansnider.com/license/

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