1. A Drencher Southwest of Prescott, Arizona 8-6-15

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    from Monsoon Tracker Added 90 0 1

    A quick time-lapse depicting heavy rain earlier today southwest of Prescott, Arizona.

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    • Altostratus and Altocumulus clouds in Piscataway NJ - 8-6-15

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      from Troy Turton Added 5 0 0

      We had these clouds in our sky here in Piscataway, NJ for around 2 hours today. The video is a little fuzzy because my cams "focus" is out of wack.

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      • Tron: Storm

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        from R.A. Saud Added 6 0 0

        Making use of the iPhone slow motion feature, I filmed the skies of London during a storm. It reminded me of The Grid. #SaveTron3

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        • Foudre Blanche (Cloud on coke)

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          from Athanassios Tohme Added 201 10 0

          A cloud tries to be like the others by taking some white thunder. A 2 week motion design workshop at Gobelins. Olivier Hebrard & Athanassios Tohme Music : Pretty Boy Swag (BADBADNOTGOOD Remix)

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          • Distant Stormlapse

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            from Ryan O'Hara Added 7 0 0

            Thunderstorms skirting the southern Wisconsin border on August 2, 2015. This is about 5,000 frames captured at 2 seconds each across 2 cameras over a 1hr 45min time period. Running at 60fps, each second represents 2 minutes.

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            • Rolling Thunder 2015, XXVIII, Split View of the ride , Part 1. More to come!

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              from thepowersportschanne Added 5 0 0

              Editing this video was rather hard; getting both views aligned together took more time than I thought it would. I think the outcome came out rather nice. As you look at this video, you can see how having the cameras just a few feet apart can cause a great deal of difference in how each side of the video look. Rolling Thunder 2015, XXVIII, using two GoPro, one on either side of my motorcycle I rolled out on Rolling Thunder 2015, XXVIII. Thousands of cheering supporters lined the roads as bikes from around country and the world rode through Washington D.C. calling on the government to account for all POW/MIA''s from WWII until today. thepowersportschanne.com

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              • Monsoonal T-storm Drifts Into San Jose, CA (7-31-15)

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                from William54Graciano Added 2 1 0

                While I was doing my usual morning routine this day...kaboomboom.. distant thunder towards our southwest was heard! Indeed, when I first looked outside when I just woke, I already saw some storm clouds approaching in from the south, with virga. So when I looked outside again after just a few minutes, a thunderstorm with clearly visible precipitation shafts was in the vicinity! So, while still in my pajamas, I grabbed all my cameras and ran outside in the front driveway and started picturing and videoing the fast-moving, monsoonal thunderstorm. Occasional thunder\lightning was observed. After just a small period of time, the storm continued northward and weakened. It just had enough energy for a few lightning\thunder. Nonetheless, it was a nice start to my day on this last day of July 2015! Weather scenario: Monsoonal flow had brought numerous thunderstorms to California... A significant surge of monsoonal moisture and atmospheric instability had set the stage for t-storm development. The possibility of t-storms had extended across the San Joaquin Valley, with SoCal experiencing the bulk of the storms. For us here in San Jose, CA, a line of fast moving storms had brought some interesting weather for us as well on Friday, July 31, 2015 at around noon or so. Certainly, the weather service said some storms may persist into Friday and into the weekend. Although storms could bring cooler weather, lightning (dry) could start new wildfires. The current 'strong' El Nino in the Pacific was most likely causing this unusual weather for our state... (Photos and video clips filmed on Friday, July 31, 2015)

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                • Super Bright 3rd Bolt Lightning Piscataway NJ - 2015-08-04

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                  from Troy Turton Added 7 0 0

                  Here is the best of the lightning strikes from last nights storm here in Piscataway, NJ.

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                  • A Monsoonal Thunderstorm Drifts Into San Jose, CA (7-31-15)

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                    from William Justo54 Added 2 1 0

                    Upon waking up this day, and while doing my usual morning routine...boom, kaboomboom.. distant thunder towards our southwest was heard! Indeed, when I first looked outside when I just woke, I already saw some storm clouds approaching in from the south, with virga. So when I looked outside again after just a few minutes, a thunderstorm with clearly visible precipitation shafts was in the vicinity! So, while still in my pajamas, I grabbed all my cameras and ran outside in the front driveway and started picturing and videoing the fast-moving, monsoonal thunderstorm. Occasional thunder\lightning was observed. After just a small period of time, the storm continued northward and weakened. It just had enough energy for a few lightning\thunder. Nonetheless, it was a nice start to my day on this last day of July 2015! Weather scenario: Monsoonal flow had brought numerous thunderstorms to California... A significant surge of monsoonal moisture and atmospheric instability had set the stage for t-storm development. The possibility of t-storms had extended across the San Joaquin Valley, with SoCal experiencing the bulk of the storms. For us here in San Jose, CA, a line of fast moving storms had brought some interesting weather for us as well on Friday, July 31, 2015 at around noon or so. Certainly, the weather service said some storms may persist into Friday and into the weekend. Although storms could bring cooler weather, lightning (dry) could start new wildfires. The current 'strong' El Nino in the Pacific was most likely causing this unusual weather for our state... (Photos and video clips filmed on Friday, July 31, 2015)

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