When I idly tabbed over to Facebook for a little late-afternoon unproductivity, this is what greeted me from the Weather Channel: a video casually captioned, “This bizarre video of a clam digging in sand has gone viral.”
The Weather Channel has released the list of 2015-2016 winter storm names and, while some blizzies are stuck with classic titles like “Hera” and “Olympia,” others are getting a modern twist. Batten the hatches, everyone: winter storm Yolo is on its way.
Here, in a preview of coming attractions (your holiday weekend) (it’s gonna be great), is a pond. It’s filled with liquor, and it’s on fire, and the flames have been wind-whipped into a tornado. Excuse me—a “firenado.”
Watch this video and witness a child acquire a lifelong love of meteorology—or set on a course towards a future as a hype woman. One or the other.
According to freeloading rodents Punxsutawney Phil and Staten Island Chuck, America has six weeks of winter left. And honestly? I'm not sure we're going to make it. It's been so cold for so long that The Shining is starting to look like a documentary. Will this stupid frigid weather ever end?
It's the moment we've all been waiting: As of this second, Hunger Games is officially in theaters, and everyone is so excited they can hardly contain themselves—even the Weather Channel is getting in on the action. How are you celebrating this monumental occasion? Have you done enough Hunger Games workouts to fight…
We know Bret Michaels loves his rocker chicks. We know he's a spokesman for diabetes awareness. We know he's hiding something (probably baldness) underneath that bandana. What we didn't know, however, is that the man has a passion for meteorology. Here's a segment from the Weather Channel, in which they detail his…