The Mothership - 2011-05-13 That is not something that one sees everyday.
Binro the Heretic - 2011-05-13 Come to the Florida panhandle. It's practically a daily occurrence between March and September. We're in the war zone between the hot, humid Gulf atmosphere and the cool dry continental air.
We also get big scary swirly clouds that look like The Nothing is coming to get your ass.
White Trash Party - 2011-05-13 Yeah pretty good description! I lived there for a few years at one point. Hurricanes, water spouts, and nothing but weird ass weather out there.
The Mothership - 2011-05-14 fair enough, in Oregon we don't see too many clouds through all the rain.