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WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY (B. 1936)  Corn Sign with Storm Cloud, Near Greensboro, Alabama, 1977

WILLIAM CHRISTENBERRY (B. 1936) Corn Sign with Storm Cloud, Near Greensboro, Alabama, 1977

When Lightning Strikes Sand. Fulgurites (Latin, meaning "thunderbolt")  Sometimes referred to as petrified lightning, they are natural hollow glass tubes formed by lightning strikes in quartzose sand, silica, or soil. (Wikipedpia)

When Lightning Strikes Sand. Fulgurites (Latin, meaning "thunderbolt") Sometimes referred to as petrified lightning, they are natural hollow glass tubes formed by lightning strikes in quartzose sand, silica, or soil. (Wikipedpia)

"A cloud over Sioux City, Iowa, is whipped into a massive, spaceship-like doughnut a mile in diameter."

Spectacular pictures of nature at its wildest, captured by the storm chasers who risk their lives to follow twisters

"A cloud over Sioux City, Iowa, is whipped into a massive, spaceship-like doughnut a mile in diameter."

On a March day in 1932 fifteen tornados struck West Alabama in a span of five hours, creating a chaotic environment in a land already struggling with the hardships of the Great Depression. Deaths and damages sky rocketed in one of the darkest days in Alabama's history. "The Satanic Storm King": Alabama's 1932 Tornado Outbreak" by Katie Cole, Alabama Heritage, Issue 92, Spring 2009 #alabamahistory

On a March day in 1932 fifteen tornados struck West Alabama in a span of five hours, creating a chaotic environment in a land already struggling with the hardships of the Great Depression. Deaths and damages sky rocketed in one of the darkest days in Alabama's history. "The Satanic Storm King": Alabama's 1932 Tornado Outbreak" by Katie Cole, Alabama Heritage, Issue 92, Spring 2009 #alabamahistory

PHOTOS: On this Day – 2011 – most destructive tornado day in United States history  A tornado moves through Tuscaloosa, Ala. Wednesday, April 27, 2011. A wave of severe storms laced with tornadoes strafed the South on Wednesday, killing at least 16 people around the region and splintering buildings across swaths of an Alabama university town. (AP Photo/The Tuscaloosa News, Dusty Compton)

PHOTOS: On this Day – 2011 – most destructive tornado day in United States history A tornado moves through Tuscaloosa, Ala. Wednesday, April 27, 2011. A wave of severe storms laced with tornadoes strafed the South on Wednesday, killing at least 16 people around the region and splintering buildings across swaths of an Alabama university town. (AP Photo/The Tuscaloosa News, Dusty Compton)

Storm clouds over Logan Martin Dam. Beautiful!

Storm clouds over Logan Martin Dam. Beautiful!

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